Three years after their divorce was made official, Jennifer Garner still remembers what it felt like going through her divorce am AffleckCheck out what the actress had to say and more!
While divorce is never easy, Jennifer made sure to also mention the silver lining she could find.
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Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck were married for ten years and have three children together, but in the end they just couldn’t stay together.
In 2015, they announced their decision to divorce, but it took them another 2 years to actually file the papers.
The divorce was finalized in 2018 and now they are officially on the other side of their divorce, living separate lives while still connected through their children.
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During an interview for The Hollywood Reporter, Jen recalled how their split felt by saying that ‘Going through it in public isn’t what’s hard, going through it is what’s hard, A. And B, my kids’ eyes are on addressed to me. ‘
Speaking of, the actress remembered how she and the kids would get way too much attention from the paparazzi.
‘We lived on a street full of actors, much more successful and famous than me, including Ben, and they all passed one by one, no problem, and then I would do a school run and it would be 15. cars come with me. I never had a day without them, and if I got into a park just hiding in the bottom of the pool man’s truck or something, a nanny would see me and call a number and they would swarm. ‘
Although the press is still very interested in the dynamics of the famous family, there are also many things that have changed for the better, namely the relationship of the exes.
In 2016, Garner told Vanity Fair that ‘I lost the dream of dancing with my husband at my daughter’s wedding’, now she doesn’t worry about that anymore because ‘When our kids get married, we’ll dance, I know now. We go boogaloo and have a great time. ‘