The Word: Is Jennifer Garner pregnant again?

Jennifer Garner (in Gucci) supported hubby Ben Affleck on the red carpet.
Jennifer Garner and hubby Ben Affleck already have three children together.

Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck are certainly one of Hollywood’s most powerful couples. But if power rankings were based solely on fertility, they’d have no competition.

The pair are seemingly at work breeding the next generation of movie stars. They’re already parents to Violet, 7, Seraphina, 4, and Samuel, 16 months. And now it looks like they may add a fourth to their brood: Jennifer took her kids to the park this weekend, and from the way her sweater clung and rode up her normally tiny belly, she could be a tiny bit pregnant.

Of course we all have days when we look a tiny bit pregnant. Doesn’t mean it’s a baby in there. Could be a burrito.

The pair will soon have new neighbors to pitch in with the kids: Matt Damon and his wife are moving to their L.A. neighborhood. Damon has resided in Manhattan with his wife and four children for several years, and he says they would like nothing better than to settle down permanently in the Big Apple. But he can’t, because real estate brokers use his fame against him.

“We tried to find a place for four years and couldn’t find one. We made five offers, and we had two places where we had a verbal agreement, the last of which I absolutely loved. And in both cases, they used my name to sell to someone else. In a lot of transactional situations, fame is a good thing — people are much nicer to you. But in this case, it worked against me. Or maybe people think I’m an actor, so I must be stupid,” the actor told Esquire.



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