Jennifer Garner Claps Back After Fan Asks If She’s Pregnant
Hollywood star Jennifer Garner just fired back at a fan who asked on Instagram if she is pregnant.
Garner, 48, took to Instagram on Thursday to post a video of her outside at her family’s farm, which she calls her “happy place” in Locust Grove, Oklahoma. The former “Alias” star could be seen in the video wearing overalls that were bunched up around her waist.
“Are you pregnant?” one person asked in the comments section.
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“I am 48, have three healthy kids, and am not — and never will be,” Garner fired back. “We can lay that pupper to rest. Have I gained the Covid 19? Possibly. But that is another story.”
Some fans rushed to Garner’s defense.
“Literally everyone looks pregnant in overalls,” one person said.
Others slammed the commenter for asking if she was pregnant in the first place.
“Seriously are people STILL asking this??!!??” one person wrote, with another adding, “Imagine thinking it’s okay to ask someone this 😂.”
“WHO IN THE F–K ASKS THAT S–T?” a third person commented. “Girl. The ONLY permissible time you may ask a woman if she is pregnant is when she is crowning…. Periodtttt.”
Garner has three children with her ex-husband Ben Affleck: Violet, 14, Seraphina, 11, and Samuel, 8.
Back in July, Garner broke down in tears as she questioned what life will be like in the coming months amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
“What is this year full of transitions gonna look like for kids, for my family?” the actress said as she fought back tears. “How can I keep joy in learning for them, or help them just continue to find their resilience? I think that’s where I am today.”
Garner went on to say that while she is lucky to have many blessings in her life, it’s still important to let herself feel sad sometimes.
“I think it’s easy to also focus on how lucky you are, and that is true. And I do and I am,” Garner said. “But you have to also let the other stuff be there at the same time, it has to coexist.”
“It is heavy, it’s heavy for everyone,” she concluded. “How do kids in this world not just live in all this heaviness?”