Jennifer Garner, Rumored Boyfriend John Miller Have Reportedly 'Slowed Things Down'

Actress Jennifer Garner isn't rushing into her next romance following her split from ex-husband Ben Affleck.

According to an Entertainment Tonight exclusive, published on Monday, Dec. 10, 2018, the Camping star is reportedly taking things slow with her rumored boyfriend, CaliGroup CEO John Miller.

"Jen has slowed things down with John Miller since the word got out they were dating," a source cited by the publication has claimed. "Jen's children, career and Ben are her main focus at the moment and she is not ready for anything too serious."

As Nicki Swift previously reported, Garner, 46, and Miller, 40, were first romantically linked in late October 2018. At the time, reports surfaced alleging that the two had been secretly dating for six months after meeting through mutual friends. Shortly after, an insider told Us Weekly that the Love, Simon actress was reportedly "head over heels in love" with the businessman.

However, ET's recent report has since painted a slightly different picture of Garner and Miller's blossoming romance. "Privately, she has told friends she doesn't want to be deeply committed at the moment," the source alleged to the publication, adding, "She enjoys her time with John but she has concerns of moving too quickly because she doesn't want to be disappointed."

For their part, Garner and Affleck officially finalized their divorce earlier this fall, having separated in 2015 after ten years of marriage. The amicable exes share three children together: Violet, 12, Seraphina, 9, and Samuel, 6. In recent months, Affleck has remained equally focused on their family while maintaining on his sobriety following his August 2018 rehab stint for alcohol addiction. 

The former couple communicate "almost daily," according to the insider recently cited by ET, who added, "She wants be a strong support and he leans on her a lot."

In other celeb relationship news, rappers Cardi B and Offset sadly broke up after one year of marriage just last week. The "Bodak Yellow" rapper, who later shared the first photo of their daughter, Kulture, initially announced the news in an Instagram video. "Things just haven't been working out between us for a long time and it's nobody's fault," she told her fans in part at the time. "I guess we grew out of love, but we're not together anymore."