Jennifer Garner seemed unfazed with all of the ongoing rumors suggesting that she’s pregnant.

On her Instagram account, the “Alias” star uploaded a timely photo of herself sliding down a water slide. In the photo, Garner is grinning from ear to ear. Her toned legs are also outstretched.

“Sliding into Monday like…” Garner captioned the snap.

Ben Affleck’s wife has been uploaded cryptic posts on her social media account. After she was rumored to be pregnant with John Miller’s baby, the actress uploaded a video of herself showing off her toned stomach.

The “Peppermint” star also seemingly referenced her failed marriage to the “Batman v Superman” actor when she uploaded a cooking video. In the clip, Garner said that it’s sad and painful to have a broken heart.

This week, Garner was linked to actor Bradley Cooper. A tabloid recently published a story suggesting that Garner and Cooper have been sneaking around.

An unnamed source claimed that Garner stopped by the “A Star Is Born” actor’s house in Los Angeles and the two went on a secret date together. “No one would be surprised if they’re finally taking their friendship to the next level,” the unnamed source said.

The source also said that Cooper is leaning on Garner since he just ended his relationship with Irina Shayk. However, Garner, Cooper, and Shayk’s reps have not confirmed or denied the allegations.

And to make things worse, Garner is rumored to be pregnant with Cooper’s baby which is obviously not correct. The actress only has three children and they are all with her ex-husband Affleck.

In the past, Cooper was also linked to his “A Star Is Born” co-star, Lady Gaga. But the “Poker Face” singer already clarified that she and Cooper were never romantically involved with each other.

“Yes, people saw love and guess what? That’s what we wanted you to see. [Shallow] is a love song, ‘A Star Is Born’ is a love story,” Gaga said on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”

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Jennifer Garner is pictured here attending the 6th Annual Save the Children Illumination Gala at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City on Nov. 14, 2018. Getty Images/Steven Ferdman