Ben Affleck is reportedly dating Lindsay Shookus

Is Ben Affleck seeing someone?

Yup, it looks like Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner's chances of getting back to together are slim to none.

Both Ben and Jen have publically praised one another after announcing the split.

Last week the pair spent time together in London, where Ben was working, and have enjoyed a number of dates, including going to see Sam Mendes' play Ferryman in the English capital. They have been doing it for years and didn't want to stop even though they were no longer together.

"It puts Ben at ease knowing that Lindsay understands who he is".

"[She] knows what is expected of Ben, and how much of their relationship they can share publicly", the source explained. Shookus, who had stayed at Affleck's L.A. home, was spotted heading to the Los Angeles International Airport alone on Friday morning. The new couple was spotted out recently in Los Angeles, and have apparently even traveled together overseas, including heading to London to see a play.

The source added they are taking things slow and just "having fun and care for each other". In 2015, she told Hollywood Reporter that she helped pick the show's cast members, hosts, and musical guests.

In 2015 Shookus booked Miley Cyrus for Saturday Night Live's premiere, a booking that led to a significant ratings jump from the previous year. While the alleged new couple have yet to confirm their relationship, a source tells E! that they are "in the early stages" of romance.

In April, Ben and Jen both filed for divorce and now have equal custody of their kids Violet, 11, Seraphina, 8, Samuel, 5. "They arrived in a limo", a sourced told People. The family recently went on a trip to the Bahamas.

The SNL producer was also still married to Kevin Miller at the time.

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