Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner having couples therapy?
Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner have reportedly been having couples therapy.
The estranged couple - who announced they were to divorce in early 2015 - were spotted heading out of counselling and heading back home after two hours inside.
A photographer told X17 Online: "Even though they didn't look super happy when they emerged from counselling, they got in the car together and went home together.
"They always look happiest when they're with their kids so I'm sure they were headed back to spend time with them. Ben and Jen really seem like they want to make it work for their family."
Meanwhile, the 44-year-old actor - who has Violet, ten, Seraphina, seven, and Samuel, four - previously revealed he works really hard to co-parent with the '13 Going On 30' actress.
He shared: "We do our best. We try our best ... My areas of expertise with the kids [are] spotty at best. Not homework. I only play an accountant in the movie. In real life, I'm badly wanting."
And Ben recently admitted he has felt "vulnerable" ever since he became a father.
He said: "When you have kids, what's that expression, 'Your heart is outside your body,' all of the sudden you feel so vulnerable and this fear of a child being vulnerable is very very powerful.
"I face dilemmas that we all do everyday about what's the right way to raise children, what's the right thing to teach them? Every moment there comes a crossroad."
Ben would love for his children to see his movies but wants to wait until they are at least 25-years-old.
He shared: "[My children] They're like, 'When do you do a movie we can see?' They just want to know what the rating is. [I'm like] 'You can see this when you're 25.'"