Jennifer Garner Honors Grandparents Day by Posting a Rare Photo with Her Parents
On Sunday, September 13, 2020, actress Jennifer Garner took to social media to honor her parents in a rare post for National Grandparents Day.
Taking to her Instagram account, Jennifer Garner, 48, shared a lovely photo of herself sitting on a porch swing between her parents, Patricia and William Garner. In the image, the actress was flanked by her parents as they smiled together for the camera.
She captioned the post writing: “Way to show ‘em how it’s done Grandmom and Grandad!” The actress then wished them a happy Grandparents Day before wishing the same to her ex-husband, Ben Affleck’s parents, grandma Chris and Grandpa Tim Affleck.
Garner’s parents are grandparents to her three children Violet, 14, Seraphina, 11, and Samuel, 8, whom she shares with Affleck. The star has been spotted farming at her family farm in Locust Grove, Oklahoma in the past few weeks.
The area is where her mother grew up. Patricia’s family has roots in Locust Grove dating back to 1936 and the town has “shaped her mom’s upbringing” and made the farm “a part of Jennifer’s childhood.”
FANS GUSH OVER GARNER
Fans commented on Garner’s post gushing over the family’s genes and resemblance. Others couldn’t help and but admire the actress’s looks.
On Labor Day, the actress paid tribute to her parents again with a sweet prayer. The post, which included a selfie of the star, also included teachers and children for back-to-school season amid the outbreak of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
DISCUSSING SCHOOL & REMOTE WORK
In August 2020, Garner shared an outlook on the realities of children returning to the school year and working remotely amid COVID-19. She shared her opinions in a homemade promotional video for her organic food company Once Upon a Farm.
ADVERT WAS SHOT AT HER HOME
The advert was shot at her home and features the star scrambling to prepare snacks for her children. In between all that commotion, the actress also tries to run a conference call.
PREPARING KIDS FOR THE FUTURE
During the same month, the “Alias” star took part in an interview on the podcast “Mom Brain.” She revealed how she had learned to be strong for her children and that she couldn't control what happens in life, but controlled how she prepares her children to deal with it.
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