Matthew Perry posts about ‘happy days’ after ‘worrying’ Friends reunion and split from fiancé

A HEALTHY looking Matthew Perry took to Instagram to celebrate 'happy days' as the Friends star bounces back from a tough year.

The actor who played Chandler Bing on the popular sitcom looked happy as he sat in a busy restaurant.

Matthew posed for the photo wearing a baseball cap backwards and an open black shirt over a matching t-shirt.

He smiled widely and posted the photo to Instagram and captioned it "happy days."

His fans were over the moon to see their favourite actor bounce back from a rough patch.

"We love seeing you happy Matthew. Chandler made all of us smile so much," wrote one Instagram user.

Another added: "Could this picture be more wholesome."

And a third wrote: "i love seeing you happy matty 😭."

His happy post comes just weeks after the actor "worried fans" who were concerned about his health during the recent Friends reunion.

Matthew appeared to slur his words and nodded off while filming the reunion special.

He sat down with the beloved cast of Friends for a "three question" interview with People on Wednesday, which had the group reminisce about their years as friends and co-stars.

However, fans noticed that the Canadian actor was not responding to questions with his normal sharp wit and appeared quiet and distracted.

Despite speculation, The Sun exclusively revealed that Matthew's slurred speech was due to emergency dental work and not a drugs relapse.

A source said: "Matthew turned up to the reunion and members of his team said that he had an emergency tooth procedure that day.

"That was said to impact his wellbeing and also how he was feeling. He had been in pain from what we understand, which caused the slurred speech.

"Obviously no one wants to film after a procedure, but it happened.

"The feeling was one of huge sympathy for Matthew especially in recent days given how people have reacted online.

"Matthew has told those around him that he is sober, and there is no need to worry."

But just days after reunion, Matthew split from his fiancé Molly Hurwitz.

The Friends star, 51, and literary manager, 29, began dating in 2018 and got engaged in November 2020.

Matthew confirmed the news to PEOPLE, sharing in a statement: "Sometimes things just don't work out and this is one of them.

"I wish Molly the best."

Matthew got engaged to Molly in November after two years of dating.

However, last week it was reported that Molly put their wedding on hold after he "flirted with other women" while they were on a break.

A 20-year-old recently exposed the actor for flirting with her after they matched on Raya when she was just 19 years old and he was 50.

After his dating app scandal, a source revealed to OK! magazine that Molly wanted to "take a breather".

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