‘Friends’ star pops in for lunch

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Staff at a Sussex cafe made a new ‘Friend’ when Courteney Cox dropped in for lunch.

The star who played neurotic yet lovable Monica Geller in ‘Friends’ was in Petworth for a day out with a friend and visited several places in the town, including the Hungry Guest.

She is photographed here in a ‘selfie’ taken by Hungry Guest member of staff Hannah Gumbrell.

The picture was tweeted by The Hungry Guest saying: “We might not be called ‘Central Perk’ but that didn’t stop a real life ‘Friend’ from visiting us this week.”