Ben Affleck remarrying ex Jennifer Garner in Hawaii rumor debunked

Ben Affleck remarrying ex Jennifer Garner in Hawaii rumor debunked

Ben Affleck was allegedly remarrying his ex-wife Jennifer Garner in Hawaii, according to one outlet. But the couple’s fans should not get their hopes up because the report was not true.

Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner remain amicable following their split. In 2018, their divorce was finalized, but the exes still co-parent their three children Violet, 14, Seraphina, 11, and Samuel, 8. Unfortunately, there is nothing romantic between the exes as what one tabloid claimed.

Ben Affleck remarrying Jennifer Garner rumors

Last year, Woman’s Day claimed that Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner were getting back together. The Peppermint actress was allegedly impressed with the Justice League star’s improvement after his stint in the rehab.

The outlet took it further and claimed that they were living again together, and their relationship was thriving. Garner allegedly told her pals that she was happier than ever, and her ex-husband became a “soppy romantic.”

An anonymous insider also claimed that the Batman vs Superman star promised his ex-wife that he would be a “better husband.” Affleck also told Garner that he never stopped loving her, according to the outlet.

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Rumor debunked

Gossip Cop debunked the report because its claims never happened and called the report fabricated. It was impossible for Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner to get back together at the time because Garner had been dating John Miller.

Garner and Miller parted ways a few months ago, but still, seeing Affleck and Garner together is unlikely. The Argo star and the Alias alum have already moved on from each other.

At present, Affleck is in a relationship with Ana de Armas. The two are serious about their romance and have been spending time together. In fact, he already introduced her to his and Garner’s kids.

Gossip Cop also pointed out Woman’s Day’s false reports about the couple. It also claimed that Garner got pregnant with Affleck’s baby when she didn’t. Garner never got pregnant, and she has been saying this several times – she has no plans to have another baby.

Ben and Jennifer after their divorce

Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck remain good friends even after their divorce. They can still be seen from time to time with their kids.

Affleck is currently in a relationship with Bond girl Ana de Armas. Meanwhile, Garner and John Miller separated several months ago. She was seen with her close pal Bradley Cooper on a beach in Malibu last month.

Garner and Cooper’s beach sighting sparked rumors that they were dating. However, several insiders immediately denied it, saying they are just friends and have always been like that. Garner and Cooper both starred in Alias in 2001. The series ran for five years.

 

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