Ben Affleck Finally Breaks His Silence On His Split With Jennifer Garner!


[tps_footer]If you have been keeping tabs on Hollywood, you’d know 2015 marked the most celeb break-ups. One of the couple that decided to part ways last year and that shocked everyone was Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner. The couple was married for 10 years when the news of their break-up came out last June.

Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner decided to part ways and it was a mutual decision.There were also speculation that Ben cheated on Jennifer with their nanny. It is still unknown whether the news was true or not.

After months of speculations and rumours, Jennifer gave an exclusive interview to Vanity fair magazine where she talked about her separation and kids. In the interview, she mentioned that she and Ben had separated for months before their announced their divorce and the nanny news came out. She also said that the nanny wasn’t the reason for their divorce.  Jennifer said there is not bad blood between them and they are still on good terms for their kids. They have three kids- two daughters and a son.

Ben Affleck, who is currently promoting his film ‘Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice’, came on Ellen DeGeneres show where talked about his separation, his kids and his upcoming movie.  Ellen brought up his separation topic by saying “So I know it’s been kind of a challenging year, obviously. And I what I love and I think what everybody loves is that you and Jen are putting the kids first and that we see you with the kids all the time and I think that’s the most important thing and the most important message to send everybody.” Ben looked uncomfortable talking about it but he opened up about the separation. He said that they are on good terms and their kids are their priority. Ben said, “You know, we’re good friends and we’re doing our best and our kids are fabulous and we’re working our best for them.”

Well, it looks like the duo have a good camaraderie and mutual understanding between them.

Watch his interview on The Ellen Show: