Looks like the Christmas spirit has taken hold of Ben Affleck as he couldnt keep the smile off his face as he went Christmas tree shopping on Saturday.
Joined by his children, 12-year-old Violet, nine-year-old Seraphina and Samuel, six, the family wandered around a California lot selling the pine trees along with Bens mother Christine Anne Boldt.
The family spend a while searching for the perfect tree for the holidays before Ben took them to Pizzana, a Brentwood pizza place started by actor Chris ODonnell and the founder of Cupcake brand Sprinkles.
Bens ex-wife Jennifer Garner later was seen picking up their eldest daughter for a mother-daughter date.
Ben and Jen continue to co-parent their three children a month after they officially divorced, 13 years after they got married.
And in truly mature fashion, the exes celebrated their official split by enjoying a family day out together with the 46-year-old actors pictured taking Samuel for ice-cream on the same day it was confirmed that their marriage was legally over.
Its said that famed celebrity divorce lawyer Laura Wasser acted as a mediator for the pair but was not involved in an official capacity.
The publication claims that Ben and Jen have agreed to share joint custody of their three children.
Per the terms of their custody agreement, the pair will meet with a co-parenting therapist on a monthly basis for a minimum of six months.
When Ben and Jen married in 2005, they reportedly chose not to sign a prenuptial agreement but have agreed to split their property fairly.
The pair announced their separation in June 2015 after 10 years of marriage, stating: After much thought and careful consideration, we have made the difficult decision to divorce.
We go forward with love and friendship for one another and a commitment to co-parenting our children whose privacy we ask to be respected during this difficult time.
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