Jennifer Garner just Can't cease the seashore


Jennifer Garner just can’t get enough of those Malibu beaches and the company of her many friends.

The actress kicked off the week by enjoying a casual coastal hang sesh with her old Alias co-star Bradley Cooper on Tuesday, building sandcastles with his 3-year-old daughter, Lea De Seine, while Cooper worked on perfecting his glute bridges.

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Jennifer Garner Just Can't Quit the Beach

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And while some outlets may have described that particular meet-up as “flirty,” Garner proved she’s an equal opportunist when it comes to seaside playdates with her pals. On Thursday, she was once again spotted back on the beach having a socially-distanced chat with three friends. While her interlocutors looked ready to hit the waves, the actress kept her look light and breezy in a purple sleeveless t-shirt, rolled-up blue jeans, and shades.

This second public outing comes amid rumors that Garner and her boyfriend of two years, John Miller, “are no longer together,” at least according to InTouch. “Jen and John remain on friendly terms so there’s a possibility that they could rekindle their relationship in the future, but right now it’s over,” the source added.

Jennifer Garner Just Can't Quit the Beach

In the meantime, with friends and multi-million dollar oceanfront property like this, who needs a relationship or the rumors that accompany it.

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