Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner Divorce: Garner Smiles At Paparazzi After Gym Session; Affleck Moves On

By Jonnalyn Cortez January 13, 2016 7:21 AM EST
Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner and their daughter Violet

IN PHOTO: Actor Ben Affleck (C), his wife, actress Jennifer Garner, and their daughter Violet leave after a Senate Appropriations State, Foreign Operations and Related Programs Subcommittee hearing on "Diplomacy, Development, and National Security" on Capitol Hill in Washington March 26, 2015. (Photo: REUTERS/Yuri Gripas)

Rumors surrounding the divorce of Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck haven't stopped in spite of their decision to part ways in June 2015. However, the former couple remains good friends and still going out together as a family for their kids.

In fact, it's like nothing serious happened between the stars of "Daredevil." The 43-year-old actress was recently seen in a good mood when she was out and about on Saturday, while her ex-husband was reportedly moving on with his life.

According to Design & Trend, Garner smiled at the paparazzi as she left a gym in Los Angeles. Also, she looked extremely happy as someone is making her smile again when she was previously spotted inside the car of a mystery man for 30 minutes last week.

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The 43-year-old actor, on the other hand, is continuing his bachelor life as he's now dating his "Live by Night" co-star, Sienna Miller. "Ben's had Sienna in his sights for a while. They're really flirty on set," an insider told OK! magazine, via In Touch last December.

"Right now Ben just wants to keep things casual so he can concentrate on his children. He's not looking for anything serious," the source added. Meanwhile, E! News cited that Affleck and Garner are living in one roof for the sake of their children.

"Ben is living in the family house, but in a separate section. He has a room to himself, but it's in an area that Jen goes to on a daily basis," a source told the publication. "It has forced them to have day-to-day interactions and spend a lot more time together than a typically separated couple. It's working well for the kids to have both of them there in close quarters, so they have made sacrifices and agreed to do it for now."

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