Former co-star shares one of Matthew Perry's last messages: This just shows how caring he was

Written by Henrik Rothen

Oct.30 - 2023 7:19 AM CET

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This just shows how caring he was.

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The former co-star of the "Friends" actor has shared their last text exchange, making for a heart-wrenching read.

There appears to be no sign that Matthew Perry knew he would pass away over the weekend when he was tragically found drowned in his hot tub.

Just a few hours earlier, the "Friends" star was out playing pickleball with his friends, and a week before his demise, he shared a picture from the same hot tub.

Now, his former co-star, Ione Skye, has also revealed that Matthew Perry seemed happy and content just two weeks ago, as reported by

According to the outlet, Ione Skye co-starred with Matthew Perry in his debut film, "A Night in the Life of Jimmy Reardon," back in 1988.

On Sunday, she shared a text exchange between them from October 15, where the "Friends" star messaged her out of the blue.

"Hey, I hope all is well. I was meditating (I meditate now), and then 'In Your Eyes' started playing," Matthew Perry wrote in the first message, referring to the soundtrack of Ione Skye’s breakthrough film, "Say Anything."

"I immediately thought of you and how beautiful you are," Matthew Perry continued, to which Ione Skye replied: "Oh, I love that. Kiss."

"Hope you are healthy and happy," Matthew Perry responded, which Ione Skye confirmed she was.

"Me too. I was just sitting in my apartment one afternoon, and then suddenly you were there," wrote the "Friends" star back.

See the message exchange below:

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Matthew Perry was found lifeless by his assistant at his home in Los Angeles on Saturday at 4 pm local time.

He had played pickleball a few hours earlier, and upon returning home, sent his assistant out to run some errands.

When she returned, she found the "Friends" star in the hot tub and called the police, but it was too late to save his life.

The police do not suspect anything suspicious regarding the death, and no illegal substances were found in the actor's home.