Actress and activist Jennifer Garner stunned in a recent photoshoot on her family's farm.
She shared a photo of Southern Living's cover with her 2.6 million followers and wrote in the caption that it is "cool to open the September issue and read a story written" by her mother.
The whole experience was down home and sweet as pie.
It is no secret that Garner is proud of her parents, Bill and Patricia. Garner was born in Texas, but her family later moved to West Virginia.
More recently, they bought the farm in Locust Grove, Oklahoma. As an upcoming star, Garner moved to New York and explained how hard it was adapting. She said:
"When I first moved to New York City, my hand almost fell off from waving at every person I passed on the sidewalk—because that’s how I had been raised."
She landed her first role in the mid-nineties when she was cast as Sasha in the made-for-TV film "Zoya." She appeared in several smaller roles over the next few years.
Her big break came in 2001 when she portrayed Nurse Sandra alongside Josh Hartnett and Ben Affleck in the war drama, "Pearl Harbor."
She started dating Affleck three years later and they tied the knot in 2005. The share three children - two daughters and a son.
The duo parted ways a decade later, and their divorce was finalized in 2017. She also co-starred with Affleck in "Daredevil" as Electra and was cast in "Elektra's" origin film two years later.
Fans can look forward to her upcoming films. "Peppermint" is completed and will be released this year, while "Wonder Park" will be released in 2019.
She was also cast as Kathryn in eight episodes of the series "Camping."