Actress Jennifer garner received a star on the "walk of fame"

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Jennifer Garner Chokes Up With Emotional Message for Her Kids While Receiving Star on the Walk of

From "Alias" to "Miracles from Heaven", Jennifer Garner has had an illustrious acting career, one that has so far spanned almost two decades and included numerous nominations and awards for her work in television and film. There were definitely some extra special guests in the crowd, Garner's parents, as wellas her three kids, whom she shares with ex Ben Affleck: Violet, 12, Seraphina, 9, and Samuel 6.

Revealing why she waited to get back into action with her latest role, Garner says, "I had babies and, you know, I was either pregnant or nursing or recovering from one of those things".

Jennifer Garner received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Monday to honour a glittering career that has included roles in acclaimed movies, from Juno (2007) to Dallas Buyers Club (2013).

Born 17 April, 1972, in Houston, Garner and her family moved to Charleston, West Virginia, when she was three.

"For my children, when you walk over this star I want you to remember, first of all, that I love you and that this is about hard work and good luck and not a whole lot else".

The brunette beauty also credits appearing in television series "Alias" as career changing. Rewarding garner the nominal star is remarkably coincided with the impending premiere of the film "Purple mint" (September 7), in which the actress played the main role.

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Nowadays, Jennifer Garner has a much better grasp on both her career and motherhood.

Actor Bryan Cranston, a longtime friend of Garner's, recalled they took an intimacy course as they prepared to star as husband and wife in the 2016 film "Wakefield".

She added: "You feel like, how can I infuse my kids' city lives?"

"Not because she's a star, but because that's just who she is".

She said: "I want them to know that my mother was happy and free on the farm".

"What you see is what you get, she's exactly who you hope she's going to be".

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