Jennifer Garner keeps it casual as she attends church in LA

The mother-of-three looked effortlessly stylish as she went to a church service in Brentwood on Sunday

Hanna Fillingham

Jennifer Garner was up bright and early on Sunday morning to attend a church service in Brentwood, LA. The stunning actress was dressed for the occasion in a smart black v-neck sleeveless top, which she teamed with cropped grey trousers and a pair of black sandals. To accessorise, Jennifer chose an oversized black handbag and statement shades, looking radiant and happy as she walked along the street. Jennifer wore her long, brunette hair down in a sleek, straight 'do and centre parting, while opting for minimal make-up, allowing for her natural beauty to shine through.

Jennifer Garner looked fabulous in black and grey as she attended church on Sunday

Despite being one of Hollywood's most popular actresses, Jennifer is renowned for her relaxed, laid-back sense of style. The mum-of-three previously opened up about her down-to-earth approach to dressing in an interview with Allure back in 2014. "I'm not someone who should be in a beauty spotlight. I was one of those people who wore pyjamas to class every day in college, and I would still be that way if I could! I'm in New Balance sneakers every day," she said.

Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck recently filed for divorce

Jennifer, who is mum to three children, Violet, 11, Seraphina, eight, and Samuel, five, filed for divorce from Ben Affleck back in April, nearly two years since announcing their split back in 2015. It was reported in May that Ben has moved of the family home, and that both him and Jennifer were "happy" with the arrangement. A source told E! News: "He found a house close by. They are both excited for the next step and they are happy that they have two loving homes for the kids."

Ben and Jennifer announced their split in June 2015 after ten years of marriage. Confirming the news in a statement, they said: "After much thought and careful consideration, we have made the difficult decision to divorce. We go forward with love and friendship for one another and a commitment to co-parenting our children whose privacy we ask to be respected during this difficult time. This will be our only comment on this private, family matter. Thank you for understanding."

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