Jennifer Garner will be absent from the celebrations in Riceboro, Georgia, where Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck will hold their second wedding ceremony this year. The event will take place at the home that Ben Affleck owns. That does not imply that Bennifer did not invite her to join them for their big day; in fact, they did extend an invitation; however, Affleck’s ex-wife did not accept their generous offer.
Garner did have a very good reason for not being there, even though we will never really know if she would have attended the event if her schedule had been available. According to a source for Hollywood Life, although the Yes Day star is “hard at work on a film in Texas” at the moment, she is “completely supportive of her kids being there and is pretty happy in general about the whole thing.” There is no bad blood between these two Jennifers at all; in point of fact, they get along rather well with one another.
Fans have witnessed the blended family, which consists of his children Violet, 16, Seraphina, 13, and Samuel, 11, and Lopez’s twins, Max and Emme, who are 14 years old, coming together in a very public way over the past year. Garner is relieved whenever J.Lo and Affleck’s children join in on one of their activities because, as the saying goes, “there is nothing more important to her than making sure her kids are happy.” Garner’s children are her top priority. Keep in mind that the actress, now 50 years old, was responsible for a significant portion of the household duties during the time that Affleck was battling his sobriety. Amid their divorce, she had to balance being a supermom with her efforts to support the father of her children.
Affleck is aware of how much Garner has stood by his side throughout the years, even though she most likely did not want to. Garner was always there for him. According to the insider, “Ben would always consider Jennifer’s family so, of course, he extended an invitation.” [Case in point] “In addition, Jennifer and Jen have become better friends, so J.Lo was totally on board with bringing the mother of his kids.” It seems like it would be a great situation for everyone concerned because it would make the co-parenting situation even stronger and healthier than it now is. This would make it a perfect condition for everybody involved. In the end, it turned out to be a successful situation for all five of their children.