Jennifer Garner gave birth to another daughter Tuesday in L.A.
Garner's publicist confirmed to "Extra" the actress and husband Ben Affleck welcomed baby girl number two Tuesday in Los Angeles. The "Juno" star was spotted at an L.A. area hospital, holding what appeared to be a baby under a blanket. The source added that Jennifer was smiling as she was wheeled in a roll-away hospital bed.
Garner and Affleck, both 36, wed in 2005. The couple have another daughter, Violet, who turned 3 at the beginning of December.
Seriously, could Violet Affleck get any cuter? The perpetually pleased tot smiles for paps while carried by expectant mom Jennifer Garner.
Ben Affleck joined his lovely ladies for a shopping spree at the Scholastic Store in SoHo -- and the threesome looked very much the happy family.
One of the most adorable tykes in Hollywood will have to share the spotlight -- Violet Affleck, offspring of Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck, is about to have a little brother or sister!
Us Weekly says Jen is five months pregnant with baby number two, and "they are very happy."
Jen's "Alias" co-star Victor Garber spilled the beans, telling the mag, "Yes, she is." The couple has not yet made an official announcement.
Jen, 36, and Ben, 35, met on the set of 2001's "Pearl Harbor" and tied the knot in 2005. Violet is now two.
Despite recent rumors of a rocky relationship, actress Jennifer Garner and hubby Ben Affleck were all smiles at a double-date with Affleck's longtime pal, Matt Damon, and his wife Luciana, reports People magazine.
"Jen and Ben were in a great mood, and they left Nobu hand in hand," says a source at the Malibu hotspot. "Ben and Matt were entertaining the girls with stories, and they were all laughing a lot."
Their lavish Japanese meal on Saturday ended with a toast -- marking the third wedding anniversary for the Hollywood couple. The "Juno" star and Affleck have nixed recent rumors that they're headed for a split. They have one daughter, Violet.
With news that the writers strike could put the Oscars in jeopardy, Hollywood is speaking out.
Ben Affleck, honored last night at the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures with an award for Best Directorial Debut for "Gone, Baby, Gone," said he hopes the strike ends soon.
"Every day that it goes on is a shame," Ben told "Extra."
But with wife Jennifer Garner by his side, Ben turned to supporting his little brother, Casey, and his Best Supporting Actor win.
"It makes it really kind of a special deal because how often does that happen?" he said.
But how does it feel for Casey to share the limelight with Ben?
Casey laughed, "It takes a little away from it, you know!"