On a Saturday, Jennifer Garner and her boyfriend, John Miller, went out in Santa Monica, and she looked at ease. The well-known actress, who will next be seen in the Netflix comedy “Family Switch,” dressed primly for their afternoon outing.
The Alias” actress wore a pint-sized grey and black miniskirt with a grey long-sleeved sweater. Her outfit emphasized her toned legs, which were paired with sheer black pantyhose. She finished the ensemble with gold-chain-accented black patent leather loafers. Her silky, straight, dark hair reached her shoulders, split slightly off-center. Jennifer accessorized with a silver pendant, earrings, and chic black eyeglasses, complementing her natural makeup and subdued pink lip.
John exuded a relaxed vibe in a blue and gray plaid button-down shirt, distressed jeans, and practical hiking boots. The CEO of Caliburger maintained a neat appearance with well-groomed brown hair and a trimmed beard.
Even though they started dating in 2018, the couple chooses to keep their personal lives out of the public eye and rarely appears in public together.
Jennifer is a busy actress who is married to her 51-year-old ex-husband Ben Affleck. Together, they have three children: Violet (17), Seraphina (14), and Sam (11). John, meanwhile, is a divorced father who shares children, Violet and Quest, with his former spouse, musician Caroline Campbell.
The “Yes Day” actress mentioned openly in an earlier interview with Access Hollywood that she occasionally feels guilty about being a working mother. She underlined the value of living in the now and resisting the need to worry all the time. Jennifer urged other working mothers to cherish the time spent with their kids and to concentrate on being there for them while they are around.
Jennifer Garner frequently uses her social media platform, Pretend Cooking Show, to express her love of cooking for her kids. She made a “Pizza Cracker” with handmade pizza dough in her most recent recipe, a snack her kids love.
The actress, who is a Save the Children ambassador, recently enjoyed a low-key vacation to Kentucky. She went to an elementary school there that had been badly damaged by floods in July 2022, destroying the majority of the library volumes. In the wake of the catastrophe, Jennifer interacted with the kids by crafting glitter bombs to assist them in coping with their anxiety and grief. She underlined how crucial it is to identify and acknowledge trauma in order to support children raised in impoverished families in their efforts to heal and become resilient.
Jennifer also read to the children during her visit, and Scholastic donated 10,000 books during a free book fair to help the school with its recovery efforts after her and NBC’s attention was drawn to the situation.