A couple that laughs together, stays together! Ana de Armas caught a case of the giggles as she and boyfriend Ben Affleck went for a stroll on Wednesday. The Hollywood stars were photographed walking their dogs and sharing a laugh while out in Los Angeles. The couple was dressed down for the daytime outing. Ana, 32, looked effortlessly chic in blue jeans, ankle boots and a grey cardigan over a black tank top, while Ben, 47, opted for khaki pants, a green t-shirt and grey zip-up hoodie. The actor had his Cuban girlfriend in stitches during their walk.
The pair, who met on the set of their upcoming thriller Deep Water, went public with their romance during a getaway to Ana’s native Cuba in March. Ana confirmed their relationship in April sharing a photo of her and Ben on social media. “Thank you all so much for the birthday wishes and love! Cheers to another great year. 🎉🌈💕🙏🏻🌸🌹✨🎈 Gracias a todos por los mensajes de cumpleaños y el amor. Un brindis por otro año maravilloso,” she captioned the post. Things have heated up between the two since then. Ana has already met Ben’s children, Violet, 14, Seraphina, 11, and Samuel, eight, whom he shares with ex-wife Jennifer Garner.
Last month, the No Time To Die star was seen laughing with Ben’s son Samuel and daughter Seraphina as they placed a cardboard cutout of Ana on the actor’s front lawn. In June, the actress also vacationed in Georgia with the Oscar winner, his mother Christine and three kids. A source told People magazine at the time, “Ana seems to love being around his kids. Everyone has been getting along great. Ana is making an effort to get to know his kids.” Another source told the news outlet that Ben is “very serious” about Ana, adding, “He wants the kids to spend time with her so they can get to know her.”
Ben and Jennifer announced their separation in 2015 and finalized their divorce in 2018. Back in February, the dad of three called his divorce from the 13 Going on 30 star the “biggest regret of my life.” “I have certainly made mistakes. I have certainly done things that I regret,” he told the New York Times. “But you’ve got to pick yourself up, learn from it, learn some more, try to move forward.”