Jennifer Garner is, reportedly, struggling to get rid of her “baby bump” after giving birth to three kids.
In the past, Jennifer Garner has been rumored to be pregnant even though she’s already in her late 40s because she appears to have a bump.
Jennifer Garner responds to pregnancy rumors
At one point, the 13 Going On 30 actress denied the claims about her alleged pregnancy. But she also told her fans that she will always look like she has a baby bump.
“I’m not pregnant, but I’ve had three kids and there is a bump. From now on, ladies, I will have a bump, and it will be my baby bump. Let’s just all settle in and get used to it. It’s not going anywhere. Its name is Violet, Sam, and Sera,” she said.
Last year, Garner once again responded to the rumors that she’s pregnant after she seemingly put on some weight during the pandemic.
“Have I gained the Covid-19? Possibly. But that is another story,” she said.
Jennifer Garner struggling to get rid of bump
Now, National Enquirer is saying that Garner’s baby bump is here to stay.
There’s nothing new to the tabloid’s story because they simply quoted Garner’s previous responses to her pregnancy rumors.
The tabloid also included a photo of Garner wearing an oversized sweater as though to suggest that this is one of the occasions where she looked pregnant.
But upon closer inspection, Jennifer Garner looks as thin as ever in the photo. And there’s no obvious “baby bump” either.
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Meanwhile, Ben Affleck’s ex-wife recently made headlines following the release of her Netflix film, Yes Day.
During her interview on Monday’s episode of SiriusXM’s The Jess Cagle Show, Garner revealed that she drew a lot from her personal experiences while writing the script.
The first draft [of the script] really had the teenager [played by Jenna Ortega] being snarky and really kind of nasty and a troublemaker. So, there was this kind of external pressure and I kept saying, ‘No! The heartbreak is just that she’s growing up at all. That’s what’s heartbreaking!’ It’s heartbreaking for the mom and for the teenager, and just needing to have that kind of severing of those baby mama ties. That’s what’s so hard. You don’t have to have her be a jerk. It’s even harder that she’s lovely,” Jennifer Garner explained.
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