"Ben was very cute with his daughter and carried her around so she could look at all the jewellery. She especially liked jewellery with diamonds and wanted her mom to have diamonds. She was definitely in charge of the purchase, and Ben let her take her time. She was very sweet and happy about being out with her dad. "
Los Angeles, June 20 - Actor-filmmaker Ben Affleck, who has been seen spotted at Detroit-area casinos when he's off the clock filming as Batman for Man of Steel sequel, gifted his wife Jennifer Garner a diamond amidst rumours of cracks in their relationship.

There were rumours that his gambling hobby is causing strain on his marriage, but a source close to the family said their relationship is solid.

She never understood his gambling obsession and she doesn't want him to be in the news (for it), people.com quoted a source as saying. (But) she's the most patient wife ever and is still very much in love with Ben.

On Saturady, Affleck had the chance to show that love is reciprocated with a little diamond shopping.

The actor joined forces with Seraphina, 5, the middle child in his brood of three on an excursion to Barneys in Beverly Hills to purchase a gift for his wife, with their ninth anniversary approaching June 29.

Ben was very cute with his daughter and carried her around so she could look at all the jewellery. She especially liked jewellery with diamonds and wanted her mom to have diamonds. She was definitely in charge of the purchase, and Ben let her take her time. She was very sweet and happy about being out with her dad.

The star shoppers were successful, leaving with a wrapped gift.


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