July 04, 2019
Jennifer Garner was caught on camera book shopping with her 13-year-old daughter, Violet, on the streets of Santa Monica. The two looked chic and casual in their white t-shirts, and one could easily think that they were sisters.
After enjoying a backyard camping experience with her kids, Jennifer Garner went book shopping with her eldest daughter, 13-year-old Violet Affleck.
The duo looked like sisters in their chic and casual white tees when cameras caught them heading to a book store in the beach city of Santa Monica. The highlight of their shopping experience was the point where Jennifer hugged and kissed her daughter.
The 47-year-old Jennifer looked young and beautiful in a white T-shirt, which she tucked in her blue jeans. She wore a pair of white Gucci sneakers, accessorizing with a wristwatch, a scrunchie, and sunshades.
Her daughter looked very good in her white T-shirt, which was tucked into a blue and gold flower patterned shorts. She also wore her blonde hair long and put on her glasses to complete her look while holding a shopping bag as she walked.
Earlier that morning, the "Miracles from Morning" star shared a selfie which featured her snuggled in a cozy sleeping bag while inside a tent. She had spent some fun time with her kids at the backyard, as they camped together.
She captioned the selfie post with words which pointed to the fact that she needed coffee as her family chickens were way too loud.
Jennifer Garner and actor, Ben Affleck were once in a relationship. The two married in 2005, and together had three children, Violet, 13, Seraphina, 10, and Samuel, 7.
They divorced in October 2018, but have remained in good terms ever since. They are often seen together attending church with their children, and there are no signs of any bad blood between them.
They enjoy co-parenting their children together, and Ben Affleck always respects the decisions Jennifer takes on the kids. A source revealed that Ben wants Jennifer to always be happy and would offer any support that is needed to achieve that.