"Christmas Eve morning ritual year 14!!!! Love to all!" wrote Laura Dern on Instagram, sharing a selfie with her two children plus friend Courteney Cox and her daughter

By Benjamin VanHoose
December 25, 2019 11:25 AM

Courteney Cox and Laura Dern are feeling the holiday glow as they share in a family Christmas tradition.

On Tuesday, Cox and her 15-year-old daughter Coco gathered with Dern and her two children — son Ellery, 18, and daughter Jaya, 15 — for a time-honored Christmas Eve morning ritual that dates back to when their daughters were toddlers.

“I love this family and our Christmas Eve tradition. Some things never change…much. ?♥️? #family,” wrote Cox, 55, on Instagram, sharing a selfie of the group, as well as a throwback photo of their little ones eating a Dec. 24 brunch years ago.

“Christmas Eve morning ritual year 14!!!!” wrote Dern, 52, on Instagram, posting the same wholesome photo. “Love to all!”

In the picture, Ellery takes the selfie wearing a black hoodie and sunglasses, as the actress moms surround him and Coco (whom Cox shares with her ex, David Arquette) and Jaya smile from behind.

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Cox isn’t the only Friends alum that Dern celebrated the holidays with this year. Earlier this week, Jennifer Aniston posted a photo from her A-list Christmas party, smiling alongside Dern and Rita Wilson, among others.

“Say CHEESE!! ??❤️ Lotta love in that room ☺️ Happy Holidays!” Aniston, 50, captioned the festive snapshot.

Back in July, Dern spent Independence Day with Cox and a girl squad of other famous friends, including Aniston and Suzanne Somers.

“Happy 4th everyone! I’m lucky to be spending it with so many girls that I love,” Cox wrote with the group shot.

Dern, whose new film Little Women opened on Wednesday, spent Christmas Eve with her two kids, who she shares with ex-husband Ben Harper, after she recently opened up about her experience as a single mom.

“On the hard days, it’s stressful and there is too much going on as a single parent — and it can be hard to carve out a minute for yourself,” the actress told Modern Luxury‘s Boston Common magazine in August. “I have never had anybody else bully me in my single parenting life. I am lucky to have champions around me, but I can definitely do it to myself.”