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Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck's 'healthy' relationship

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Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck want to be a "healthy couple".

The movie stars - who have three children, Violet, eight, Seraphina, five, and two-year-old son Sam - understand Hollywood can be difficult on marriages but they are determined to set a positive example to their kids.

Quizzed about Hollywood relationships, Jennifer explained: "It's something we pay attention to, yes, but that's as much because we've been together for 10 years as it is about Hollywood.

"We want to be a healthy couple and to make time for us as well as for the children and we find ways to do that."

The 42-year-old star also believes it's important to spend as much time together as possible as a couple but are also happy to share parental duties.

She added in an interview with Britain's HELLO! magazine: "Just this week, we picked up the kids from school together, took them home, then went up the coast to Santa Barbara for the night. We had dinner, woke up in the morning, had breakfast, walked around and were home in time to put the baby down for his afternoon nap."

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