- Jennifer Aniston was working out at home when she was interrupted by her dogs, Lord Chesterfield and Clyde.
- In a video of her workout session, the two can be seen playing tug-of-war with a stuffed animal on Aniston’s yoga mat.
- Lord Chesterfield also tried to copy Aniston as she was doing squats with a kettlebell.
Jennifer Aniston was having a workout session at home when two of her dogs decided to get in on the action.
In the adorable 11-second video shared by the actress, Lord Chesterfield and Clyde can be seen playing around as she busted some moves.
In one moment, Aniston can be seen lying down on the yoga mat as she does some twisted crunches. The two pooches then position themselves under her legs while they play tug-of-war with a stuffed animal.
Chesterfield seems to be aware of the camera as he joins in during Aniston’s kettlebell exercises.
He even tries to do some exercises while Aniston does some squat reps.
We could see Aniston eventually giving in to the distractions as she playfully pretended to pass out on Chesterfield during her set.
Chesterfield then inspects the camera more closely as the video ends.
The audio overlay on the video featured the comical, chipmunk-like voice of TikTok star Lorena Pages saying, “OK, I know I’m cute, but stop a-smothering me.”
Aniston, an animal lover, shared that she would adopt all kinds of animals that need homes if she could, but she has to think first about whether that would be good for Clyde and her white pit bull, Sophie.
She also had two other dogs previously, a white German Shepherd named Dolly and a Welsh corgi named Norman, who have both gone to the Rainbow Bridge in 2019 and 2011, respectively.
Since Lord Chesterfield joined the family in October 2020, he has previously been featured in Aniston’s workout photos and videos.
Aniston celebrated Chesterfield’s one-year anniversary of adoption last fall with a series of adorable photos.
She wrote, “One year with my lovable, squeezable, I’ll call it…talkative (barks at air), cuddly, and not-so-little-anymore Lord Chesterfield.”