Earlier in September, actress Jennifer Garner took to Instagram to share a video of herself wearing blue overalls, with a blue and white striped top, and red rain boots. Garner looked like your All-American girl as she talked about the pets that roam her family’s farm.
And for some reason, some of her followers thought the actress and mom of three looked pregnant in the video. Take a look for yourself:
Jennifer Garner Says It’s Time to Put the Pregnancy Questions and Rumors to Rest
“My family farm is, as the kids say, my organic, biodynamic happy place. I can’t help but feel like the love my Aunt and Uncle put into growing this year’s sweet potato crop will add to @onceuponafarm’s delicious goodness for your kids. But first—meet our lawnmowers: Simon, Pete, Boaz, Pignut, Mistletoe, and Mayapple,” Garner captioned the video.
Once Upon a Farm is the business Garner created which brings “baby food back to the roots with organic fruits and veggies harvested from local farmers, blended with love, and served fresh from the fridge.” But some people missed the point of Garner’s video because they were too focused on the actress’s midsection.
After one commenter blatantly asked, “Are you pregnant?” in the comments section of the video, Garner responded with a long-winded “no.”
“I am 48, have three healthy kids, and am not—and never will be—pregnant. We can lay that pupper to rest. Have [I] gained the COVID 19? Possibly. But that is another story,” the mom of three wrote.
And this isn’t the first time Garner has reacted to Tabloid headlines about the possibility of a baby number four. In 2014, years after the birth of her youngest child, Samuel who was born in 2012, Garner went on The Ellen Show to clear up the seemingly endless rumors that she constantly sporting a baby bump.
“I’m here to tell you that I do [have a baby bump],” Garner said in 2014. “Now hold up, hold right up. I’m not pregnant, but I have had three kids and there is a bump. I will, from now on ladies, I will have a bump. And it will be my baby bump and let’s just all settle in and get used to it. It’s not going anywhere. I have a bump. Its name is Violet, Sam, Sera. […] Like a camel but in reverse.”
Jennifer Garner shares all three of her children with her ex-husband Ben Affleck.
Sara Vallone has been a writer and editor for the last four and a half years. A graduate of Ohio University, she enjoys celebrity news, sports, and articles that enhance people’s lives.
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