Jennifer Garner breaks down in tears on Instagram live.

Emotional Jennifer Garner worried her fans as she broke down in tears on Instagram live. The actress, 48, opened up with her fans as she streamed her tear-jerking meditation session on Instagram live. Concerned fans rushed to comment on her video which she later shared on her grid over the weekend.

Her emotional session involved meditation with her pal Chelsea. Among the sea of comments, one read: "Hope u r ok Jennifer....u r so real n not afraid b vulnerable.... love you... wish u happiness." (sic)

Others recognised Jennifer had shared a "vulnerability" with her loyal fan base.

They wrote: "Thank you for your brave vulnerability..."

"Looks like you were able to release a lot of tension."

Jennifer Garner breaks down in tears on Instagram live.

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"Oh my goodness. I just stumbled across this and now I want to reach out and give Jennifer a great big hug and tell her it’s all going to be ok."

It comes shortly after her ex-husband Ben Affleck was reportedly dumped over the phone by his latest girlfriend Ana, 32. Ben and Ana had been romancing for nearly one year of romancing and holing up at his home during the coronavirus pandemic.

Jennifer Garner and ex-husband Ben Affleck.

Jennifer co-parents her children with her ex Ben. The mother-of-three raises her children Violet, 15, Seraphina, 12, and Samuel, eight, with her ex actor husband Ben. Love blossomed for the exes in 2004 out of their friendship and they begun dating.

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The pair go way back, having formed a close friendship on movies Pearl Harbour in 2001 and Daredevil in 2003. Swept up in a whirlwind, the couple were married in a Turks and Caicos wedding in 2005.

The Hollywood power couple shocked the showbiz circuit when they separated in 2015. Their love story ended for good when they finalised their divorce in 2018.