Jennifer Garner walks from school with her son Samuel, holding hands


The ’13 Going On 30′ actress was beaming as she drove her youngest child to school, holding hands with him.

It’s back to school!

On Thursday, January 13, Jennifer Garner was a devoted mother to her nine-year-old son Samuel. After a long day of studying, the 49-year-old actress clutched her son’s hand as they walked to the car. Jennifer smiled broadly as she and Samuel had a short walk together and she assisted him in carrying some of his belongings as they prepared to return home.

Jennifer, 49, and Samuel held hands while heading to the actress’s car.

Jennifer looked lovely in a casual ensemble. She wore a brown skirt and a white cardigan sweater with black stripes. She finished the costume with black sneakers and a brown face mask, as well as Samuel’s lunchbox and what appeared to be his jacket.

Samuel, on the other hand, was dressed in a navy blue polo and matching pants as he walked home with his mother. On Tuesday, January 10, the Juno actress was also seen bringing up her son from school. Through the first two weeks of the new year, Jennifer and Samuel have spent a lot of time together! Aside from school transportation, the actress and her son were seen having a mom and son lunch date on Sunday, January 8.

Jennifer walked Samuel over to her car after school.

Jennifer’s youngest child is Samuel, who she shares with her ex-husband Ben Affleck, 49, along with her two daughters Violet, 16, and Seraphina, 13. Ben and Jennifer appear to have a wonderful co-parenting relationship, and they both spend a lot of time with their children.

Violet, their oldest kid, was spotted out shopping with her father just a few days into 2022, and she’s starting to resemble her mother!

In any case, the couple has demonstrated that their children are a top priority for both of them! During a January 7 interview with The Los Angeles Times, Ben also expressed anxiety about how his children would react to the famed «Sad Affleck» meme.

«I thought that was amusing. Nobody hasn’t felt like that at a junket, after all. When my kids see that, I wonder if they’ll think their father is essentially sad or if they’ll be concerned about me. «That’s extremely difficult,» he remarked.

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