Jennifer Garner has been dating John Miller for over a year. And there have been ongoing rumors suggesting that the couple has decided to move in together.

InTouch weekly previously claimed that Ben Affleck’s ex-wife wanted to move in with her new boyfriend shortly after they made their relationship official. At that time, an unnamed source was also quoted as saying that Jennifer Garner and John Miller always want to be together.

But an entire year has passed and Garner has not moved in with Miller. The latter has not also moved into the actress’ home that she shares with her three children, Violet, Seraphina, and Samuel.

In fact, it has also been quite rare for Jennifer Garner to be spotted hanging out with her boyfriend. But every now and then, she spends quality time with her ex-husband for the sake of their three kids.

On Thanksgiving, Ben Affleck reunited with Jennifer Garner to celebrate the special occasion. They were photographed with their kids and Affleck’s mom in Los Angeles.

“They all celebrated Thanksgiving together. It’s very important for both Jennifer and Ben that they celebrate all the holidays together as a family. Ben looks great. He returned to L.A. to have a fun Thanksgiving with his kids. They all took the kids to the movies,” a source told People.

Meanwhile, Jennifer Garner is not in a rush to settle down with her boyfriend. As such, there is no reason for her to move in with him. Last year, another source told People that the actress’s main priority is still her kids.

“She only sees John when she isn’t busy with her kids. He understands that her kids are her number one priority,” the source said.

As for Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner’s relationship, the former couple is very amicable towards each other. The “Peppermint” has also been very supportive of her Affleck’s sobriety even after his recent slip-up.

Truth About Jennifer Garner Moving In With John Miller After Divorce Jennifer Garner is pictured here attending the 6th Annual Save the Children Illumination Gala at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City on Nov. 14, 2018. Photo: Getty images/Steven Ferdman