Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner’s middle child Seraphina is very much in a teenage grunge era

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Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner’s kid Seraphina is very much in a teenage grunge era.

The A-listers were one of those most beloved Hollywood couples until they called it quits in 2018.

Now, Affleck has moved on, reunited, and married his ex-girlfriend before he even met Garner, the famous triple threat: Jennifer Lopez.

Seraphine, 15, is the middle child and has an older sister, Violet, 18, and a younger brother, Samuel, 12, and is clearly living the teenage dream.

The 15-year-old has recently been spotted rocking a pink buzz cut paired with a plaid shirt and some oversized shorts.

The outfit is very Adam Sandler chic, but amazingly, the teen managed to make it look cool and not like they’d just worn the nearest thing they could find on their bedroom floor.

The teenager was accompanying their director dad around town alongside step-sibling Emme. Yes, Emme is the child of Jennifer Lopez.

Of course, not much is known about Seraphine yet; the teen is certainly not a celebrity offspring with a viral social media account.

So far, the famous offspring is taking a more private approach to life, although we recently learned, while they were speaking at their grandfather William Garner’s funeral, a new bit of information about the teen.

When Seraphine spoke at the funeral, the teen introduced themselves as Fin Affleck. It’s unclear if they are embracing the nickname Fin or if it is the name they’ll be going by from now on.

While other outlets are printing pictures from inside the funeral, is not doing so out of respect for the family, who are going through a tough time.

Seraphina’s mum, Jennifer, posted a touching tribute about her dad online, praising his “gentle demeanour” and quiet “strength.”

In 2021, Affleck opened up about parenting on the US morning show Good Morning America and said that his children made his life better.

“My life is better and I am happier the more I am around my kids,” he said.

Affleck went onto say that he’d measure his success in life not by his Hollywood achievements but by what his children think of him.

“We all want to pass on the best of ourselves to our children. I don’t care who you are, I’m quite sure you feel at some point in your life, you’ve taken missteps. Nobody wants to transfer that to our children and that is a real task that everybody faces, whatever those issues are. … I will be long dead and someone will ask my kids, ‘What was your dad like?’ and that is when I will know what my life was worth,” he said.