Jennifer Garner, Ben Affleck
Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck leave the Governors Ball following the 85th Academy Awards in Hollywood, California February 24, 2013. Reuters/Lucas Jackson

On June 2015, Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck confirmed that they would be separating after 10 years of marriage. Since then, however, their divorce has not been finalised and the two actors have been seen and photographed together with their children.

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Though neither party has confirmed a reconciliation, various news outlets have speculated that the two are still together. It seems, at this point, that admittance is the only thing missing as both Garner and Affleck continue to spend time together and even live within the same property. According to Entertainment Tonight, the actors are still living within their estate in California. “He still lives on the property in Brentwood,” a source told the publication. “But in separate living quarters.”

Just this year, Garner and Affleck have been photographed together numerous times. The most recent of which was a church visit over the weekend. They took their three children -- Violet, 10, Seraphina, 7, and Samuel, 4 -- with them on Sunday, and reportedly sat very close to each other. "They seemed happy," an eyewitness told the publication. "They were there for their children." The two, who were both supporters of Hillary Clinton, were also seen voting together in the last election.

The largest hint that the two are not ready to walk away from each other, however, is that no divorce papers have actually been filed. According to a separate source of the publication, they “don’t know that will ever happen.”

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In an appearance on the Today Show on August, the 44-year-old actress explained why she and Affleck have the set up that they do. Garner advised that their children have always come first and that “It has to be [that way.] You don’t have a choice.”