Jennifer Aniston is still mourning the death of Dolly, a white German shepherd who died in 2019, whom she raised with ex-husband Justin Theroux.
Jennifer Aniston (54) is still mourning the loss of a beloved member of her Fell family, her dog Dolly. She made it public in a post.
For two photos showing the white shepherd as a cute puppy, the Hollywood star wrote about a red heart: “Dolly forever.” She raised the dog with her ex-husband Justin Theroux (51). The former couple announced Dolly’s death in 2019.
Alongside the photos, Aniston also posted a video showing a wind chime hanging from a tree in her yard. Engraved on it are the words “In Memory of Dolly”.
Followers take part
Aniston’s 42.2 million followers were quick to show their support. She got 1.7 million likes for the sad post (as of Sunday morning).
Colleague Isla Fisher (47) commented: “Sending you so much love. Dolly was so sweet. It seems like only yesterday she was a puppy. Time flies.” Other celebrity friends including Lindsay Lohan, 36, Michelle Pfeiffer, 65, Salma Hayek, 56, Jenna Dewan, 42, Olivia Wilde, 39, and many more also showed their condolences in various comments.
Justin Theroux’s comment, which included a series of emojis – connected heart, dog paws, rainbow – also made fans’ hearts leap for joy.
Heartbreaking post from Justin Theroux
Theroux was the first to announce the news of Dolly’s death four years ago:
“Tonight, as the sun was setting, after a heroic battle… our most loyal family member and protector, Dolly A. laid down her sword and shield. She was surrounded by her entire family. RIP Dolly,” he concluded his post.
Jennifer Aniston and actor/screenwriter Justin Theroux became engaged in August 2012 after meeting while filming ‘Wanderlust: The Trip of a Lifetime’ (2012). The couple married in August 2015 and announced their separation in February 2018.
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