Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck are in no rush to file their divorce papers despite it being over a year since the two announced their split, a new report has claimed. Over the last few months, there have been several speculations about the ex-couple's relationship.
Amid rumors of Garner's pregnancy and reconciliation with her estranged husband, Us Weekly reports that the two have put the divorce talks on hold. The news comes just weeks after People magazine reported that Garner is "adamant" about her split with Affleck. However, the latest report claims the "Alias" actress is still in love with the "Batman v. Superman" star.
“Jen mentioned that the divorce was going through very soon, and then a few weeks ago, things changed,” a source close to Garner told Us Weekly. “It does not seem to be moving in that direction.”
“Jen seems to still be in love with Ben but doesn’t allow her mind to go there,” the source added. “She just focuses on the kids.”
A second source told Us Weekly that "if it was up to Ben... they would be together. He feels like he can’t live without Jen."
Garner and Affleck announced last year that they will end their 10-year marriage but did not reveal a specific reason behind the split. Following the announcement the couple was surrounded by several cheating rumors.
Most recently, reports claimed that the two were getting back together as Garner was pregnant with Affleck's fourth child. Rumors of reconciliation swirled after the couple spent time in Europe with their children.
Last week, a source told People magazine that the couple was still trying to figure out things between them. "Ben still doesn't want the divorce and he might actually get his way," the source reportedly said.
In December, reports claimed that Affleck was on the verge of an emotional breakdown over his activities in the past that led to his split with Garner, following which the 43-year-old actress decided to delay her divorce. But Us Weekly reported at the time that their main motive to spend time together was for the sake of their children.