Ever since they announced their divorce, Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner seemed to have remained good friends. And the fact is that the pair have always been close. There is no wonder that rumors keep on indicating that Ben and Jennifer might get back together. A new report from Radar Online claimed that Ben really wants Jennifer back and he is ready to do anything to achieve that purpose.
Ben and Jennifer first announced their separation about a year ago. The former couple has three children together, Violet, Seraphina and Samuel. Although Ben and Jennifer have been separated, they never officially filed for divorce. And it surely seems that they keep on spending a lot of time together. Ben and Jennifer have both been spotted together alone, and in the company of their three children.
So, the new report indicated that Ben has been working really hard to make his relationship with Jennifer work once again. RadarOnline reported that Ben managed to convince Jennifer to go on a real date with him and the two enjoyed a great time together.
“They’ve stopped fighting and are in a great place where they’re communicating effectively. Ben’s [Ben Affleck] also getting huge brownie points for all the daddy time he’s giving the kids, despite the crazy hours he works,” a source said according to the celebrity site. “The biggest trick up his sleeve is his plans to involve Jen in his movie making, even starring in a film together – something she’s always wanted, but he’s always refused. He’s determined to win her back and is prepared to play a slow and steady game to make it happen,” the insider went on to add.
As imagined, Ben and Jennifer revealed nothing about some potential intentions to reconcile. However, Ben Affleck previously praised his estranged wife, saying that she is a great mom. Ben also claimed that his children remain his main priority. It is yet to see if the rumors will finally turn out being true and if Ben and Jennifer will decide to reconcile. Meanwhile, they were also spotted together while voting for the new president of the United States.