Longest Divorce Ever! Why Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner Still Aren’t Divorced After A Year

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Exactly one year ago today, Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck announced they were splitting after 10 years of marriage. Make that 11 I suppose.

Sooo we are waiting…

 

 

Despite the debilitating times encircling the split, the couple has somehow remained amicable through the year, traveling and even living together as a family. As of their 11th anniversary on Wednesday, no divorce paperwork seems to have been filed…

An associate of Garner's says that "Ben still does not desire the divorce" but that Garner has denied reconcilation rumors to pals. She "doesn't seem to mind at all that [the divorce] is not finalized," but "she appears determined about going through with it," the friend says. Prove it Jennifer…

Affleck and Garner spent a month in Europe with their kids – Violet, 10, Seraphina, 7, and Samuel, 4 – while he filmed Justice League, including a family holiday to Paris. Doesn't sound much like a divorce to us, however they are not quite at the Paltrow-Martin level yet.

"She did have the greatest time in Europe with Ben and the kids," says her friend. "She seemed to appreciate spending time with Ben again."

Actually, it must be the charm of his gargatuan head.

 

 

"They have lots of admiration and esteem for each other," adds a source close to the couple.

The couple are continuing to stay together at their family house when they are both in L.A. as Affleck flies back and forth to London for filming.

Another source close to the couple reported lately that "nothing has changed" in the relationship: "They're still all about putting the kids first."

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