Jennifer Garner, Ben Affleck, and Jennifer Lopez Reportedly Spent Halloween Together

It sure sounds like Ben Affleck, Jennifer Lopez, and Jennifer Garner had a happy Halloween.

Garner reportedly met up with her ex-husband and J.Lo to go trick-or-treating in Malibu with their kids, according to People. Garner and Affleck coparent 15-year-old Violet, 12-year-old Seraphina, and 9-year-old Samuel, while Lopez shares 13-year-old twins Emme and Maximilian with her ex Marc Anthony.

“Everyone gets along, and the focus is always on the kids,” a source told People. “Jennifer, Ben, and Jen Garner all wanted the kids to have an amazing Halloween. The kids are friends and wanted to go trick-or-treating together. It made sense that they all went together.” Fun! 

They added, “Ben is working today again, so they wanted to enjoy a family weekend.”

Garner and Affleck got married in 2005 and finalized their divorce in 2018. However, the pair seem to have a strong relationship as parents and were recently seen together at their daughter Seraphina’s sixth-grade graduation in June. 

Affleck and Garner in February 2020 in Los Angeles


As for Jennifer Garner’s feelings about Ben Affleck’s rekindled relationship with Jennifer Lopez, the Alias actor is reportedly all for it! “J.Lo has Jennifer Garner’s seal of approval,” an insider told Us Weekly in June, adding that the feeling is mutual. “J.Lo thinks Jennifer is a kind and wonderful person and an amazing mother.”

Back in May, another source told Entertainment Tonight, “Jen isn’t bothered by Ben hanging out with J.Lo or anyone else. She wants what is best for Ben.” They added, “What matters most to her is Ben being a great dad…. They’ve been in a good groove when it comes to coparenting for a while, and their kids’ happiness is Jen’s main priority.”

That same month Affleck paid tribute to Garner on Instagram in honor of Mother’s Day. “So happy to share these kids with you,” he captioned the post, though the actor has since left the app. “Luckiest parents in the world. Thanks for all the good you do. Happy Mother’s Day. Love, their Dad.”

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