Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner Criticized for Kids' Outfits at a Church Service
Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner, who regularly bring their children to Sunday church service in Pacific Palisades, were recently criticized for allowing their kids to wear certain types of clothing.
Although actors Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner are no longer together, they still remain in good terms to co-parent their three kids. On Sunday morning, their family was spotted in Pacific Palisades, California, with their children for church service.
Garner went make-up free in a black skirt, striped long sleeve top, and black sandals. It seems as though she was in a rush as her hair was still wet and held her morning coffee. However, what caught the attention of the public was her kids.
Many people took to social media to comment on their children’s “inappropriate” attire, saying “they aren’t dressed for church” after being spotted in shorts and a simple tee.
“A excuse me but what church lets young ladies wear shorts like that?” said one person.
“Look like middle child go to church with pijama… get this kids at least good clothes for church,” commented another.
Despite the criticisms that the former couple face, they continue to nurture their children with love and care, while teaching them the best practices and values. The two remain in contact, being civil and supportive of one another.
In fact, during Mother’s Day, Affleck, 46, took to Instagram to acknowledge his ex-wife for showing him “the meaning of love,” along with his mother.
“Happy Mother’s Day to the two incredible mothers who have shown me the meaning of love,” he wrote.
The actor also promoted the organizations “Cut 50” and “National Bailout,” which helps lower prison population and “bailout black moms and caregivers,” respectively. Likewise, Garner also posted something about her ex-husband for Father's Day.