Being an A-list actress, activist, entrepreneur, and mother of three children as a single woman has forced Jennifer Garner to do a bit of a juggling act.
And the Miracles From Heaven star put her busy schedule on display when she was spotted hurrying around her Brentwood neighborhood in Los Angeles on Friday.
At one point during her day, which typically includes stopping by for an update on her house that’s been under construction for more than a year, Garner was captured picking up her nine-year-old son Samuel from school.
Garner, 49, could be seen doing the fast-walk en route to the school while wearing a pair of black sandals.
In keeping with her casual-cool vibe, the Daredevil star donned a blue button-down shirt, with a retro 1950s-early 60s style, and faded blue jeans.
The Texas native rounded out her ensemble by styling her dark brown tresses long and rocking a pair of sunglasses on top of her head.
Hurrying along, but not panicked, the actress made sure to look in each direction at all the intersections of the road during the walk.
Eventually she made it to the school, where she greeted the youngest of her three kids with a hug.
The pair then embarked on the trek back to their home, with Sam dressed casually in red sweatpants, an off-white t-shirt, and grey and black sneakers.
With a backpack on his shoulders and a lunchbox in hand, the youngster and his mom made sure to wear protective masks over their mouths for the trip.
Along with Sam, Garner also has two daughters: Violet, 15, and Seraphina, 12, that she co-parents with ex-husband Ben Affleck.
In between tending to her three kids and business errands, Garner was able to fit in a session of ‘Crocheting with Sutton.’
‘My friend @suttonlenore has written a wonderful book. I opened an early copy on a flight this summer, intending to peek before diving into emails, but—it was so good!—I couldn’t peel my eyes away from the story, and the emails went unanswered for another day,’ she shared in the caption of a video.
‘I wrote to Sutton right away and said, “After all of these years, I feel like I met you today. I am grateful to have your example of resilience as a guiding light, and shoot. It looks like I have to bust out the yarn after all.” Here we go, Sutton, lesson number one: complete—I think I aced it! I can’t wait to wear this future garment to the opening of @musicmanbway, and I am so excited for everyone to read #HOOKED! #HookedHowCraftingSavedMyLife’