They’re really just friends. Fans of beloved on-again, off-again TV couple Ross Gellar and Rachel Greene will need to still await the real-life version to urge together, as David Schwimmer officially denied reports that he and Jennifer Aniston are “spending time” together. A rep for Schwimmer told The U.K. Sun there’s “no truth” to the rumors that he and Aniston are dating. Page Six has reached bent his rep for comment.
Rumors of their real-life romance began when a source claimed to Closer magazine that taping the reunion “stirred up feelings” for them. “They began texting immediately after filming and, just last month, David flew from his range in NY to ascertain Jen in LA,” the insider claimed. The source added that Aniston has been cooking dinners for Schwimmer at her home and they’d been spotted visiting a winery in Santa Barbara, Calif., together. The former “Friends” co-stars sent fans into a frenzy once they revealed during the reunion that they had crushes on one another.
“The first season, I had a serious crush on Jen,” Schwimmer, 54, admitted. “At some point, we were both crushing hard on one another — but it had been like two ships passing [in the night], because during an ll|one amongst|one in every of”> one among us was always in a relationship. “We never crossed that boundary — we respected that,” Schwimmer claimed. “The Morning Show” star, 52, admitted she also had feelings for him and joked about how they didn’t want their first kiss to get on the show.
“I remember saying at one point to David, ‘It’s getting to be such a bummer if the primary time you and that I actually kiss is … on national television!’ surely, the primary time we kissed was therein cafe,” Aniston said during the “Friends” fête. “So we just channeled all of our adoration and love for every other into Ross and Rachel.”