Jennifer Garner may have moved on following her divorce from Ben Affleck, but it doesn’t mean the “Peppermint” actress is ready to spend quality time with her ex-husband and his new girlfriend Ana de Armas.

Affleck was first linked to his “Deep Water” co-star in March after the two were spotted together in Cuba. Since their getaway, the couple has been photographed getting cozy amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Despite their blossoming romance, an insider told Us Weekly that Garner isn’t ready to become besties with Affleck’s girlfriend. “They haven’t all hung out with the kids as one big group. Jen is not there yet,” a source told the publication.

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“There is no doubt that they will do dinners and hangouts with the kids when Jen is ready, but no one is pressuring her to jump into that,” the insider added.

Although Garner, Affleck and de Armas aren’t looking into scheduling group activities, the source revealed the 47-year-old has had “very friendly” interactions with her ex-husband’s new girlfriend.

Garner, who shares three kids with Affleck, daughters Violet, 14, and Seraphina, 11, and son Samuel, 8, had been reportedly dating John Miller. The “Alias” star was first linked to the businessman in October 2018 and considers him. to be a “true partner.”

Although Affleck and de Armas are still in the early days of their romance, those close to the “Knives Out” actress believe she has found the perfect relationship with the “Batman” star. “Ben is very supportive of Ana and tells her how amazing she is,” a source told Us Weekly.

“Ana’s friends are constantly telling her how lucky she is to have Ben and think he is so charming, cool and fun. They’re so happy for her.”

For now, Affleck and de Armas have been enjoying their time together and look forward to the days ahead. “Ana and Ben are so in love and they are just enjoying the moment and are quarantined together and happy,” the source said.

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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