Actress Jennifer Garner spent a part of her Memorial Day weekend with her ex-husband Ben Affleck’s youngest daughter, Seraphina, and Jennifer Lopez’s daughter Emme at Disneyland. They were spotted enjoying several rides, and Garner even stopped to take pictures of the two kids together. Garner, who is 51 years old, dressed casually for the day, wearing a blue long-sleeved shirt with a yellow smiley face on the front, jeans, and sneakers.
Garner shares three children with Affleck: Violet, who is 17, Seraphina, who is 14, and Samuel, who is 10. Affleck is now married to Lopez, who shares twins Max and Emme, both 15, with ex-husband Marc Anthony. Lopez and Anthony ended their marriage in 2011, while Garner and Affleck called it quits after a decade of marriage in 2015.
Lopez speaks about Affleck’s co-parenting style and how her children feel about their new stepdad
Affleck got married to Lopez in July 2022 in Las Vegas. Since then, the couple has been open about bringing their families together. Earlier this month, Lopez spoke on the “Today” show about how Emme and Max feel about their new stepdad. She said that “they love Ben” and that he’s a wonderful father and father figure to them because he has three beautiful children of his own.
Lopez also shared her thoughts on Affleck’s co-parenting style with Garner during an appearance on “The View.” She said that he’s an amazing dad to his three children and that it brings tears to her eyes. Lopez mentioned that Affleck has taught her new things about how to interact with children, and that he must have read every book there is to learn about children when he had his own kids. She spoke about how he applies that knowledge to his parenting style, making him a brilliant guy.
It’s always heartwarming to see blended families spending time together and getting along. Garner, Affleck, and Lopez are setting an excellent example of co-parenting and bringing their families together. It’s great to see that the children are happy and that Affleck is a wonderful father and stepfather to them all.