Jennifer Garner posts 20-year-old throwback picture

SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 13: In this photo released on March 13, Jennifer Garner goes to the Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards at Barker Hangar on March 13, 2021 in Santa Monica, California.  (Photo by Amy Sussman / KCA2021 / Getty Images for Nickelodeon)

Jennifer Garner posts a recurring photo on Instagram. (Photo: Amy Sussman / KCA2021 / Getty Images for Nickelodeon)

Jennifer Garner’s new Instagram photo is a blast from the past – but you may not know it.

On Wednesday, the Alias alum took to the social media platform to share a picture of herself posing in a falling black top and black fedora. She wrote the caption for the photo: “Was it yesterday or twenty years ago? #ThrowbackWednesday,” along with a grandmother emoji.

Although the styles have certainly changed, the actress does not look so different from her recurring image – which many people pointed out in the comments section. One wrote: “You look just as good today as you did 20 years ago.” Another added: “This may be yesterday, you look just as amazing.”

The star, who shares three children with former spouse Ben Affleck, recently revisited her past on social media and shared a conversation with her 13 Ongoing 30 co-star Judy Greer. But while fans of “TomTom” and Jenna Rink were no doubt happy about the reunion, Garner raised his eyebrows in Instagram Live by having a new diamond ring. Although she has not confirmed whether the engagement news is legitimate, she is reportedly dating CaliBurger CEO John Miller.

In October, Garner also gave his fans a laugh by posting an adorable childhood photo of her and her sisters with matching bangs and bows on Instagram. She wrote the caption for the picture: “Discussion points: 1. Garnish girls + bangs = lifelong struggle 2. Ears. 3. It is never easy to grow a bowl cut. 4. When mom is in a quilting phase. Thank you. (I love my sisters).”

That Ghosts of Girlfriends Past star is also looking to the future on Instagram. To celebrate the beginning of her children’s school years, she shared a grateful message on the social media platform.

“Thank you teachers, thank you administrators, thank you school staff – for being on the receiving end of a year and a half of emotions (children and parents) – big and loud, quiet and deep,” she wrote in the September issue. “Thank you, science, for bringing us so far and this much closer to health and freedom. Thank you for mothers in your corner and gallows humor and the sun rising no matter what.”

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