Salma Hayek and Penélope Cruz celebrated their long-standing friendship on Tuesday by posing for selfies together.

The Mexican-born 50-year-old – who boasts 3M followers – captioned the BFF snap: ‘Good #friends are forever Los buenos #amigos son para siempre. #spain #mexico.’

The Spanish-born 42-year-old has also called the Sausage Party funnywoman ‘one of my best friends.’

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'Good #friends are forever!' Spanish-speaking duo Penélope Cruz and Salma Hayek celebrated their long-standing friendship on Tuesday by posing for selfies together

'Buenos días! #friends #forever!' The Spanish-born 42-year-old has also called the Mexican-born 50-year-old 'one of my best friends'

‘Buenos días! #friends #forever!’ The Spanish-born 42-year-old has also called the Mexican-born 50-year-old ‘one of my best friends’

‘We call each other huevos [eggs],’ the Zoolander 2 funnywoman told Allure back in 2013.

‘It was because when we were working together, we didn’t have children yet, so we used to sleep much more than now. So it was a way to call each other lazy.’

The Zoolander 2 funnywoman told Allure back in 2013: 'We call each other huevos [eggs]. It was because when we were working together, we didn¿t have children yet, so we used to sleep much more than now. So it was a way to call each other lazy' (pictured in 1999)

The Zoolander 2 funnywoman told Allure back in 2013: ‘We call each other huevos [eggs]. It was because when we were working together, we didn’t have children yet, so we used to sleep much more than now. So it was a way to call each other lazy’ (pictured in 1999)

Sara Sandoval and Maria Alvarez: Aside from an episode of MTV's Punk'd, Salma and Penélope have only co-starred in one film - the 1850s western caper Bandidas back in 2006

Sara Sandoval and Maria Alvarez: Aside from an episode of MTV’s Punk’d, Salma and Penélope have only co-starred in one film – the 1850s western caper Bandidas back in 2006

Lovely Latinas: The Mexican-set action comedy - also starring Sam Shepard, Steve Zahn, and Dwight Yoakam - received mixed reviews and only earned $18.3M from a $35M budget

The Mexican-set action comedy – also starring Sam Shepard, Steve Zahn, and Dwight Yoakam – received mixed reviews and only earned $18.3M from a $35M budget

Hayek – born Jiménez – next heads up Miguel Arteta’s comedy Beatriz at Dinner, which premieres January 23 at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah.

The film centers on a holistic medicine practitioner attending a wealthy client’s dinner party.

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