Jennifer Garner & Violet Are On The Run

Jennifer Garner & Violet Are On The Run!

Expectant mom Jennifer Garner doesn’t let pregnancy slow her down!

The lovely Juno star and her 5-year-old daughter Violet dashed across the street as they made a Starbucks run in Santa Monica, California yesterday (November 7). Little sister Seraphina, 2 1/2, didn’t join them on their outing.

Jennifer, who is rumored to be due in January, is fresh off of a busy weekend: On Saturday she attended the Motion Picture & Television Fund’s “Reel Stories, Real Lives” event in Hollywood, and the next night she was back on the red carpet at Grauman’s Chinese Theater for the AFI screening of her new film Butter.

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Filed under: Expecting,Jennifer Garner,Violet Affleck

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  1. Anonymous

    Looks exactly like my school uniform when I was a child… does she go to private school or something. I didn’t think kids in America wore uniform.

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    • NYC Mommy

      Many children not just private/catholic school students wear uniforms in America.

      Also about shoe comment… they are not shoes they are pink and white sneakers and perhaps she had gym class today. even in kindergarten they make you wear sneakers for gym.

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  2. Thanx for the pix

    Why not put black Mary janes on her ..Why pink shoes with her red sweater?
    Is she going to a private school looks like a uniform!

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  3. Anonymous

    wow she is really popping!

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  4. Anonymous

    She goes to private school in LA, the kids have uniforms in lots of colors as you can always see her wearing. They are probably encouraged to wear tennis shoes as well.

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  5. Thanx for the pix

    Jen says that shE has 4 more mnths to go? It is twins maybe? Violet seems soo
    Happy ! Going to a private school spending time with mom, big smiles for both!

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  6. Kate O

    I cant believe they can take photo’s of kids in school uniform! This should be illegal

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