David Schwimmer has denied claims he is growing closer to Jennifer Aniston following the Friends Reunion.
According to reports, the actors have been spending more time together at Anistons LA home after the special stirred up feelings for one another.
The claim comes after both Aniston and Schwimmer, during the Friends casts reunion in June, revealed they had an off-screen romantic interest while shooting the hit sitcom in the 1990s.
After the reunion, it became clear that reminiscing over the past had stirred up feelings for both of them and that chemistry theyd always had to bury was still there, a source told Closer magazine.
The news excited Friends fans, who were left hoping it teased a possible romance between the pair.
However, Schwimmers reps have said there are no truths to the rumours of a romance.
In the reunion, Schwimmer said he had a major crush on Aniston, who said it was reciprocated.
The Ross actor said that they never got together as one of us was always in a relationship, with Aniston, who played Rachel, adding: We channelled all our adoration and love for one another into Ross and Rachel.
Jennifer Aniston and David Schwimmer had an off-screen romantic interest while filming Friends
The actors said they would spoon and cuddle in between takes, with their co-stars saying they all knew they liked each other.
Theyve been spending time at Jens home, where shes cooked dinners in the evenings, and have enjoyed quality time together, chatting and laughing, the source claimed.
The Independent has contacted Aniston and Schwimmers representatives for comment.
In a recent interview with InStyle, promoting the second season of Apple TV+s The Morning Show, Aniston said that Schwimmer stopped by with his daughter after the reunion had completed filming.
She said all of her former co-stars really did make a commitment to see each other more, stating: We were like, Thats the last time we wait that long.
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In the same interview, Aniston described the unfortunate loss shed experienced of friends whose views towards the vaccine had been swayed by fear and propaganda.
Jennifer Aniston will net be seen in the second season of The Morning Show
Aniston doubled down on her comments, in a follow-up post, following criticism from anti-vaxxers, writing: I may get slightly sick but I will not be admitted to a hospital or die.
BUT I CAN give it to someone else who does not have the vaccine or whose health is compromised (or has a previous existing condition) and I therefore I would put their lives at risk.
The Morning Show, in which Aniston plays TV personality Alex Levy, returns to Apple TV+ on 17 September.

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