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Jennifer Garner, please be our friend? The actress showed her funny side on Saturday when she dressed up as a whale and sang children’s song ‘Baby Beluga’ for fans.

“Baby Beluga, is the water warm? Is your mother so happy to be home with you?” She sang from inside the costume, after sharing a meme of herself eating an apple as a voiceover said: “My mom told me to just be myself and people will like me.”

Sarah Foster commented, “The best thing about it is being really who you are. And that’s the best.” Humble, honestly it doesn’t get any better!!”

The mother of three knows all about staying humble and she recently revealed a parenting trick to keep her kids happy all the time.

“I gave them yes days,” she admitted The Late, Late Show with James CordenElaborating that whatever they ask for, be it ice cream or whatever, she says yes.

Jennifer is mother to daughter Violet, 17, Seraphina, 14, and son Samuel, 11, who she welcomed with ex-husband Ben Affleck, although she revealed that their children “don’t like to see me in things”.

The 13 Going On 30 star said: “They’re helpful, but I think it’s a little weird to see your mom kissing someone or crying.”

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Jennifer Garner with Violet at the White House© Photo: Getty Images
Jennifer with Violet at the White House

However, she said they’d be interested in checking out her famous father Ben Affleck’s projects instead, but there’s a reason: “It’s different. They don’t mind seeing their dad. They don’t mind seeing me sad.” And they don’t want to see me in a romance. They don’t like to see me play someone else’s mother.”

The interview comes after the actress sat down with InStyle ahead of its release. the last thing she told me to discuss the book that inspired the Apple TV+ series and how she first related to the story, sharing how she connected with her daughter through the book. “I read it aloud with my middle child at bedtime and we couldn’t stop,” she said, adding that the thriller’s fast pace made it an instant bonding moment for them.

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