Ben Affleck Jennifer Garner Divorce: Jen Wants Ben Back? Wears Wedding Ring in Public

It seems Jennifer Garner is not yet over her ex-husband, Ben Affleck. The actress was seen sporting her wedding ring weeks after they split. Does she still want Ben back?

Weeks after Ben and Jen announced their separation on June 30, the two have been spotted in public separately and attention was always on whether they were wearing their wedding rings.

On Sunday afternoon, the “Dallas Buyers Club” actress was spotted in Atlanta, Georgia and people were quick to notice the band on her left ring finger. The actress was in town filming her upcoming movie “Miracles from Heaven”.

According to Daily Mail, Jen wore it casual with a tie-dyed shirt and plain navy pants. She finished the look with a canvas bag and cat-eye glasses. Focus, however, was on the fact that the actress had her wedding ring on and didn’t seem one bit worried that people might notice.

Could this be a hint of reconciliation? Or is this a hint that she still wants her husband back?

Meanwhile, after Affleck wore his wedding ring at the Comic Con 2015 in San Diego over the weekend, he was spotted in Santa Monica, California on Monday sans his band, Us Magazine reported.

Notably, reports say the actor seemed to be hiding his band during his visit at the convention.

“The 42-year-old actor hid his left hand by tucking it into the pocket of his jeans while making an appearance at Comic-Con in San Diego, California,” Daily Mail reported.

While it would be great to see the two wearing their gold rings, which could signify a reunion, Ben stepping out without his band keeps fans confused and guessing on the real score. It may take some time before the true state of their relationship is revealed.

Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner were married for 10 years before the two announced they’re getting a divorce late in June.

“After much thought and careful consideration, we have made the difficult decision to divorce,” their joint statement read. The ex-couple have three children.

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