Actors Matthew Perry and Matt Le Blanc only have good wishes for their Friends co-star Jennifer Aniston and her new husband Justin Theroux, even as she did not invite them to her D-day.
Le Blanc said he only cared for Aniston's happiness and and he was not bothered about not getting invited to the private function, where other Friends stars Lisa Kudrow and Courteney Cox were present, reported People magazine.
"I think they're a great couple. I think she's happy. And that's all I care about is that Jen's happy," LeBlanc, 48, said. "If she wanted me there, I would have been there."
LeBlanc recalled he could not be present when Aniston got married for the first time, to former husband Brad Pitt.
"I missed when she married Brad. I was in Austria working. She called me, and she was like, 'You're really not coming to my wedding?' And I was like, 'I asked them if they could change the schedule.
"I would fly and clap and fly out.' And they said, 'We can't do it. It's too tight.' It was a small-budget movie in Austria you've never heard of. Probably should have left anyway, but it happens. What are you going to do?" he explained.
LeBlanc said the Friends stars are like a thick family and Aniston, 46, is like his younger sister. "Jen's like my little sister," he said.
"Courteney and Lisa are like my big sisters, but Jen's like my little sister. Matthew's like my little brother, and David (Schwimmer)'s like my big brother. That's how it all broke down. And it's literally just like chronological."
Perry, 45, also wished the couple well, and said he was happy Aniston, 46, and Theroux, 44, were able to pull off the surprise wedding.
"It was a surprise to me as well," he said. "They're a lovely couple, and I'm happy for them."
Asked if he was sorry he missed the wedding, the actor replied, "I wasn't invited. So what can you do?"
No more fighting, let's hug it out guys...