Jennifer Garner Would ‘Love’ Her Three Kids to Watch Felicity – Under This One Condition

The actress shares her kids Violet, Seraphina and Samuel with ex Ben Affleck

Jennifer Garner attends Apple TV+ "The Last Thing He Told Me" Premiere held at Regency Bruin Theatre on April 13, 2023 in Los Angeles, California.

Jennifer Garner is hoping that her kids will watch Felicity — but she knows they need to find it on their own.

On Wednesday, April 3, the actress, 51, appeared on an episode of the Dear Felicity podcast, a series that revisits the 1998 TV series 25 years after its premiere.

Garner, who guest-starred on the show as the long-distance girlfriend of one of the series’ main characters Noah (played by Scott Foley), shared that while her kids have yet to find the show, she hopes that they will eventually watch.

Jennifer Garner and Son Samuel, 10, Step Out to Enjoy Lakers Game Courtside

Jennifer Garner and son Samuel. ALLEN BEREZOVSKY/GETTY

“Nope. Not yet,” Garner replies when asked if her kids Violet, 18, Seraphina, 15, and Samuel, 12, whom she shares with ex Ben Affleck, have seen Felicity yet. “They’re that age. They just have to discover it on their own. They have their own cues. They have their own ideas of what they want to see.”

“They would love it,” the proud mom adds. “They would love it.”

Last month, Garner shared with PEOPLE that her kids are giving her the most joy as she gets ready to celebrate her 52nd birthday. “They’re really solid right now,” said the star and Neutrogena brand ambassador.

WASHINGTON, DC - DECEMBER 01: Actress Jennifer Garner and her daughter Violet arrive for the White House state dinner for French President Emmanuel Macron at the White House on December 1, 2022 in Washington, DC. The official state visit is the first for the Biden administration. (Photo by Nathan Howard/Getty Images)

Jennifer Garner and daughter Violet. NATHAN HOWARD/GETTY

“I’m just watching them in this new phase of life where they’re figuring out who they’re going to be and what they’re going to study. And I’m so interested in them. All the time, I’m interested in everything about them.”

Asked if it’s difficult to let her kids make their own decisions, Garner admitted it’s “so hard.”

“I mean, my parents did too, and I’m so amazed by that. I have a really hard time not saying, ‘This is what I see you as,’ and ‘I think you should,’ ” she said. “I really have to sit on my hands.”

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