Young stans also flock to the “Friends House” in Manhattan’s West Village to pay homage to the 52-year-old actress.
Whitney Bartol, 17, a high school senior in Manhattan, can recite like a catechism Jennifer Aniston’s lifetime trajectory, from her television debut as Rachel on “Friends,” to her string of failed romances and recent turn as a flinty but flappable network anchor on “The Morning Show.”
“She is a character that you sympathize with, but she is also someone you aspire to be,” she said.
Marina Bross, 17, a high school senior in Mexico City, also finds much to admire about Ms. Aniston. “She has had her entire life documented in the media
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