Rocky romance rumors have been swirling around Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck for a while now. Sadly, HollyBaby.com has learned that their five-year marriage is indeed in serious trouble. “They are doing things separately now and that’s not a good sign,” an insider tells us. “Recently, when Ben returned home from Oklahoma where his new movie is being filmed, they seemed more like friends and not lovers. It’s not like them to do that.”
Oh no! It looks like Jennifer Garner‘s five-year marriage to Ben Affleck has hit another rough patch. “Jen is ready to give Ben a shape-up or ship-out ultimatum,” a source close to the couple tells the National Enquirer. What could possibly be tearing them apart? They have always seemed like such a great couple. According to the tabloid, the situation is “tragic” because Jen’s fed up with Ben, 38, who seems to care more about work than their daughters, Violet, 4, and Seraphina, 21 months. “Jen appears to have become the loneliest soccer mom in Hollywood,” says the source. What is wrong with Ben? He should consider himself lucky to have such wonderful women in his life!
Normally public displays of affection drive us crazy and make us want to gag. But not when it’s Jennifer Garner showering love and affection on her little ladies. The 38-year-old turned her daughter Violet‘s soccer practice, in Brentwood, Calif., into a family love fest on Sunday (October 16). How heart-warming is it to see Jen showering kisses on Violet, 4, and Seraphina? They’re such a sweet family! And we even spied Violet planting a kiss on her mom’s hand. Awww!
Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck already have two adorable daughters, Violet, 4, and Seraphina, 20 months, but an insider tells HollyBaby.com exclusively that the couple are hoping to have another baby — soon. “They always planned on having another child. They’re getting along better than ever and are going to start trying again,” adds the insider, who reveals that while Ben would love to have a boy, he’d be just as happy if a third daughter joined the family.