Ben Affleck celebrated Christmas with the children and ex-wife


Бен Аффлек отпраздновал Рождество вместе с детьми и бывшей женой

A source told People that Ben Affleck and his ex-wife were reunited on Christmas day to give their children this holiday. 12-year-old violet, 8-year-old seraphina and 5-year-old Samuel celebrated Christmas with my dad, it’s a family tradition that they do not want to break even after a divorce.

This is not the first time the family is reunited and you do not need a special occasion. For example, in December, all the family was spotted on the streets of Los Angeles where they were on the morning walk. On Thanksgiving, the family also gathered together. Affleck took their daughters to the musical “Hamilton.”

Ben Affleck continues to struggle with drug and alcohol addiction, attending treatment centres. 12 years of marriage to deal with the addictions he helped Jennifer garner, but now its place was taken by Lindsay Sucos with which the actor spends a lot of time.

“The main priorities of the Ben unwavering. He is focused on his family and Lindsay. To deal with the addiction he will have the rest of my life, so he continues to work hard,” the insider reported.

Last weekend, Affleck has not appeared at the wedding of sister Sukus in new York, and went to the children in Los Angeles. There he was seen in several medical centers that implement individual rehabilitation program.

To deal with alcohol addiction, the actor began in 2001, and a second course of treatment finished it. At the end of therapy, he told reporters about the success of on the road to recovery.

“I want to live life to the fullest and be the best father I can be. I want my children to know that there is no shame in getting help when you need it,” said Ben then.

However, at the end of September, according to sources from his entourage, he had “reached the limit”, so I asked Jennifer garner and his brother Casey Affleck to help him find a 30-day rehabilitation program in the Northern part of Los Angeles. After it, he continued to experience in an outpatient clinic.

“He knows that drug addiction is a never – ending battle. And understands that he can not Wake up one morning and recognize that it’s all over. Treatment is work. Good that he is taking steps to recovery. Friends and family have never seen Ben so hot desire to be better, which directs them now,” the insider said.