feels lucky to call her friend.
As Paltrow, 51, answered questions from her followers on Thursday via her Instagram Story, the actress and Goop founder was asked, "Are you and Jennifer Aniston friends?"
"Yes I am so lucky," Paltrow responded, sharing a photo showing her and Aniston, 54, embracing as Aniston kissed her on the cheek.
Aniston was among the celebrity guests at Paltrow's to her now-husband back in 2018.
The pair both had previous relationships with . , and Aniston was to the actor from 2000 until their divorce in 2005.
Paltrow, who married Falchuk in 2018, touched on a number of topics in her Instagram Story Q&A session, from tips on building a romantic connection with a Pisces like Falchuk, 52, to her best parenting advice.
Paltrow also fielded a question regarding her friendship with , who is dating Paltrow's ex-husband .
“We’re actually very good friends," Paltrow said, adding, “I love her so much. She’s an adorable, wonderful person."
Johnson began dating Martin, 46, in after the singer and Paltrow — who "" in 2014 — in 2016.
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Paltrow and Martin share two kids, , 19, and 17, and she is a stepmom to Falchuk's daughter , 19, and son Brody, 17.
In a previous Instagram Q&A Paltrow did back in August, she admitted that blending her family with Falchuk's at first .
"You know, ; nobody tells us what to do. And in fact, all of the existing media around what a stepmother is casts us in this evil, villainous light," Paltrow said at the time. "So it’s kind of like trying to avoid land mines. And then you’re going into a family with dynamics. And there’s all kinds of fear around loss and what does this person mean?"
"But for myself, the minute I decided, and fully embodied the idea that my step kids were my kids and I love them just as much and I gave them the same rules and boundaries, and just kind of whole-heartedly went for it, then the easier the whole thing got," she added. "And now it’s pretty great."