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Courteney Cox shows off chic style in a blue button-up and skinny jeans for dinner in Santa Monica

She recently rang in her 57th birthday.AndCourteney Cox showed off her seemingly ageless visage as she stepped out in Santa Monica on Wednesday evening.The Friends star grabbed dinner at the celeb-loved Italian restaurantGiorgio Baldi. Ageless:Courteney Cox recently rang in her 57th birthday.
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