Jennifer Garner, 51, was a doting mother whereas grabbing espresso in Los Angeles on October 18. The 13 Occurring 30 star was noticed together with her and Ben Affleck‘s son, Samuel, 11, whereas they began their busy day (see PHOTOS HERE). Whereas out and about, Jennifer regarded effortlessly stylish in a black tank high and gray slacks. The 51-year-old accessorized her look with black sun shades, patent leather-based loafers, and tucked her shirt into her trousers for a classy look.

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Jennifer Garner pictured in NYC on October 6. (MediaPunch/Shutterstock)

She was additionally ready for a cool breeze that morning, as Jennifer carried a black zip-up sweater in her hand. The proud mother-of-three was additionally pictured holding a inexperienced espresso cup, a pink pocket book, and a cellphone. In the meantime, Samuel rocked what seemed to be his college uniform which featured a navy blue crewneck sweater and khaki pants. The preteen carried a big orange water bottle in his hand whereas he pulled his curler backpack behind him with the opposite.

Though Jennifer and her ex-husband share two different children, Seraphina, 13, and Violet, 17, weren’t pictured throughout the outing. The 51-year-old was noticed out with Seraphina and Samuel in Los Angeles simply three days prior (see photographs right here). On that event, the brunette magnificence rocked an informal ensemble that featured a gray t-shirt and denims. Jennifer was pictured laughing and hugging her teenager as they loved the weekend outing as a household.

Each outings come simply days after Jennifer opened up about her expertise elevating three youngsters throughout an interview with Entry Hollywood on October 9. She additionally chatted about “mom guilt” and supplied recommendation to different working moms. “Working moms get such a bad…we get all freaked out because we’re told constantly ‘you have 18 summers,’ ‘you have this much time,’ ‘time is fleeting,’ and it makes you panic,” Jennifer mentioned.

She later detailed what her personal mom’s recommendation was to her. “My mom has always said to me ‘You’re their mom forever, don’t worry you can do your job. You’re their mom forever. I wish I had worked, I would have been a better mom. Your kids are going to be so proud of you.’ She’s always given me that kind of grounding in that sense,” Jennifer went on so as to add. Lastly, she made certain to counsel that different busy mothers enable themselves some “grace” in terms of work-life steadiness. “In my world the balance is that sometimes I’m really fully all around and sometimes I’m really not,” she defined. “So whatever it is, however your balance looks just give yourself some grace.”