Love, Simon star Jennifer Garner donned a star-spangled black dress for Sunday services with her three children at the United Methodist Church in Brentwood.
The 46-year-old Golden Globe winner – was raised in a strict Methodist household in West Virginia – also wore matching sandals and large sunglasses as she clutched her morning to-go coffee.
The Llama Llama actress’ six-year-old son Samuel looked cooler than his famous father Ben Affleck in blue shades, a matching T-shirt, black jeans, and New Balance Velcro sneakers.
Jen and Ben’s nine-year-old daughter Seraphina looked colorful in a teal sunhat, purple hoodie, blue shorts, and lavender sneakers.
The Daredevil co-stars’ eldest, 12-year-old daughter Violet, wore her blonde hair in a low bun and she sported a striped top with skinny jeans and Birkenstocks.
Sunday marked National Middle Child Day, and Garner celebrated with a childhood snap of herself on a boat with her older sister Melissa and younger sister Susannah.
‘Attention seeker. Melodramatic. Peacekeeper. Middle sister, now and forever,’ the Denison University grad wrote to her 3.5M Instagram/Facebook followers.
‘#ihavethebestsisters’: Sunday marked National Middle Child Day, and Garner celebrated with a childhood snap of herself on a boat with her older sister Melissa and younger sister Susannah
‘#nationalmiddlechildday #ihavethebestsisters Also, #ilovemymiddlechild [Seraphina].’
The Once Upon a Farm co-founder’s street sighting came two days after The Blast uncovered that the L.A. Superior Court is strongly urging her and Affleck to finalize their 2016 divorce.
‘If you fail to take the appropriate steps in your case,’ the legal document warned, ‘the court may dismiss your case for delay in prosecution.’
And according to Us Weekly, Jennifer ‘doesn’t want [Ben’s girlfriend] Lindsay Shookus around’ their kids because ‘he had an affair with her beginning in 2014’ before their 2015 legal separation.
Garner will next star as grieving wife and mother Riley North in Pierre Morel’s vigilante thriller Peppermint, which hits US theaters September 7 and UK theaters September 21.
‘It was being in the hands of Pierre Morel, who famously directed Taken and he understands how necessary it is for the drama to be equal to the action. It was a great script and he was directing it and I loved the character and I was so glad I got to do it,’ The Capital One brand ambassador told Flickering Myth in May.
‘I think that the stakes are never higher then when your family is involved and while I fought a lot of bad guys in my day, and I’ve certainly had the stakes high in Sydney Bristow’s life or in The Kingdom, this is the biggest combination of high, high drama and action that I think I’ve ever done.’
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SOURCE: Daily Mail – Cassie Carpenter