Lindsay Shookus is a producer for Saturday Night Live and we're told, despite numerous reports claiming this is a new relationship, that these two have been dating for YEARS. News. "They are having fun and care for each other". As Affleck has hosted SNL five times, with his latest hosting gig being in 2013 when his then-wife Garner joined him onstage for his monolog, and Shookus has been with SNL since 2002, they've had ample opportunities to interact. "It is early on in the relationship but they are very happy together".
Lindsay was previously married to Kevin Miller, a former SNL producer and they share one child together. And they have been spending plenty of time together lately.
Those who talked to People insist that Affleck and Shookus were "just friends" up until a few months ago.
"It's more than a summer fling", an insider told the gossip site about the new couple. The romance is "relatively news", a source told People, adding, "They've known each other for a long time". She's risen among the ranks in the 15 years she's been there, and she's now the producer who oversees casting, meaning she has a heavy hand in how the show changes and develops. The two filed for joint legal and physical custody of their children - daughters Violet, 11, and Seraphina, 8, and son Samuel, 5.
Ben and Jen reunited on the 4th of July to attend the annual Pacific Palisades Independence Day parade, as is their family tradition. "They still enjoy doing activities and events as a family unit".
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