Julia Roberts on Why She Enjoys Instagram — and Which Celebrity She Says Is 'Brilliant' at It

Roberts, 51, is "not addicted" to the social media app

Julia Roberts is loving Instagram just seven months after joining the social media app.

The Oscar-winning actress, 51, told PEOPLE she was “not addicted” but did like the idea of taking on a social media presence at her own pace

“I do enjoy it. But the nice thing is, you know, I was actually just talking to a girlfriend today and saying it’s nice that I don’t feel pressure or responsibility,” she revealed while at the WSJ. Magazine Talents and Legends Dinner honoring costar Lucas Hedges.

She continued, “I do what I can when I can and it’s just so, in that way, it’s fun. It doesn’t feel like work.”

As for who she loves to follow, the Ben Is Back actress said, “There are a few.”

“Molly Yeh is a chef who I really enjoy and I follow her and I love Josh Brolin,” she revealed. “I think [he] is a brilliant Instagrammer. Great Instagrammer.”

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She added one more celebrity she can’t miss when scrolling through her feed.

“Sarah Jessica Parker is really good,” Roberts shared. “So yeah, there’s some fun things, for sure.”

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The Homecoming star joined Instagram in June with a sweet photo of herself enjoying the outdoors with the caption, “Hello☀.”

Since joining, Roberts has shared some pretty memorable photos including a selfie with friends Gwyneth Paltrow, Dermot Mulroney and “new friend” Aquaman star Jason Momoa.

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Julia Roberts honored costar Lucas Hedges at the WSJ. Magazine Talents and Legends Dinner. Stefanie Keenan/Getty

She also shared a fun photo of herself kissing husband Danny Moder earlier this month after attending the 2019 Golden Globe Awards.

The couple made a run to In-N-Out after the award show ended. Roberts told PEOPLE, “We thought there was going to be dinner the whole time.”

“We were waiting for plates to come and we realized that the dinner had been earlier,” she continued. “And so my husband and I were starving and when we left, we said, we need to go get some food. So that’s where we went. It was fun.”

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