For the past two years, fans have been following the fall of one of Hollywood's golden marriages. However, two years after the public split, a new report has just emerged: Jennifer Garner is preparing to officially file documents for his divorce with Ben Affleck.
According to U.S. Weekly, Jennifer Garner has decided to file for divorce from Ben Affleck though details have yet to be divulged. The news of the couple's split broke in June 2015. After 10 years of marriage the golden couple have decided to part ways. However, the "Miracles from Heaven" did not file for divorce at that time.
There have been rumors that the couple were trying to patch things up after the split. The two have been spotted traveling with their kids, especially when one of them was filming. However, after two years, it appears that Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck failed to fix the problem.
After the highly publicized split of Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck, it was reported that the "Batman Vs Superman" star dated Christine Ouzounian briefly. Ouzounian was the Affleck family's former nanny.
However, a new report from E! News seems to be slamming the report of a Jennifer Garner Ben Affleck divorce. An insider told the outlet that Garner and Affleck's current status is "fluid" and "nothing has really changed."
The source added that Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck have been working on their seemingly broken relationship "for the past few years." The couple's reps have yet to officially address the issue.
When the split was announced Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck said they were committed to co-parenting their three kids: Violet, Seraphina, and Samuel. While it appeared at times in the past two years that a reconciliation was on the way, it was never official.
Last year, Ben Affleck told the outlet and he and Jennifer Garner are trying their best to co-parent the kids in peace. It remains to be seen if a Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck divorce will be confirmed in the coming days.© 2017 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.