Drew Barrymore reunites with ‘Charlie’s Angels’ co-star Cameron Diaz: ‘she has made me feel beyond beautiful’

A-list buddies Drew Barrymore and Cameron Diaz took the time out of their busy schedules to have a girls' night on Friday. The famous friends, who starred in the Charlie’s Angels films together, were glowing in a sweet pic that Drew shared on her Instagram page. The 42-year-old actress posted the cute snapshot along with a moving sentiment about her dear friend Cameron.

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Drew Barrymore and Cameron Diaz had a girls' night out Photo: Instagram/@drewbarrymore

The Santa Clarita Diet star wrote: “#beautyjunkieweek #sisters. getting out of your house with your girlfriend. And being a whole person, with your sister. Remember to spend a moment with the ones you love in your busy life. She has made me feel beyond beautiful. Always has. Always will. #thankgodforyourfriends. They rejuvenate and confirm everything.”

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Drew has often strung together kind words for her 44-year-old gal pal. In May of 2016, the actress revealed to Good Housekeeping that Cameron would be the one she would call if she were ever thrown in jail. “Not that any one of us are going to jail anytime soon,” she said. “But 100 percent. She would, like, get in there and get you out.”

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Drew Barrymore and Cameron Diaz have been friends for years Photo: Getty Images

The mother-of-two then added: “If you’re looking for the best dinner-cooking partner and watching-TV-on-the-couch friend, call her. If someone is in a medical situation, call her! She’s the most loyal, fierce, fun, cozy friend. We have incredible honesty with each other and we work hard on our lives and our friendship.”

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It seems like Drew and Cameron have maintained a strong friendship over the years. When Drew and her husband Will Kopelman split up, Cameron was right there to support her. "Everybody pulls the wagons around [for] our friends, whoever needs us at whatever point in time," Cameron told Andy Cohen while on his Sirius XM show, Radio Andy. "Even if it's something that the public doesn’t know about. Internally were all going, 'OK, who needs us now?'"

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