She spent time with her ex-husband Ben Affleck the day before, after he described their divorce as the 'biggest regret' of his life.
Jennifer Garner was on her own Friday and didn't seem at all fazed as she worked in an early morning stroll.
The 47-year-old Peppermint actress walked up a storm in Los Angeles' tony Brentwood neighborhood while taking care of some business on her cell phone.
Multitasker: Jennifer Garner, 47, was spotted going for a morning stroll in LA's Brentwood neighborhood on Friday while taking a call
Jennifer was dressed for some exercise in a charcoal sweatshirt and a pair of black leggings that accentuated her toned legs.
The 5ft8in actress also wore a pair of gray and blue trainers, and she wore a pair of thick dark sunglasses while tying her brunette tresses back in a casual ponytail.
She got in her steps while getting a caffeine boost with her coffee and chatting on the phone.
Sporty: Jennifer was dressed for some exercise in a charcoal sweatshirt and a pair of black leggings that accentuated her toned legs
On the move: The 5ft8in actress also wore a pair of gray and blue trainers
Casual: She wore a pair of thick dark sunglasses while tying her brunette tresses back in a casual ponytail
Buzzed: Jennifer got in her steps while getting a caffeine boost with her coffee and chatting on the phone
The day before, Jennifer appeared to have a deep conversation with her ex Ben Affleck while they waited for their son Samuel, eight, to leave a friend's birthday party.
The former lovers both looked delighted once he arrived and they went on their way.
Since announcing their separation back in 2015, the two have kept up an active co-parenting routine, and they regularly spend time together with their children at sporting events and even attend church services together.
Jennifer found herself in headlines this week as Ben delved into their failed marriage while promoting his upcoming film The Way Back.
The actor told People that he was 'very lucky she is the mother of my children,' and opined that when couples have children together, 'you’re connected to them forever.'
'I’m very grateful and respectful of her,' he continued about his ex.
'Our marriage didn’t work, and that’s difficult. Both of us really believe that it’s important for kids to see their parents respect one another and get along, whether they’re together or not.'
In a New York Times profile published last week, he didn't hold back, calling their divorce 'the biggest regret of my life.'
No fuss: Jennifer looked cool and casual in a black T-shirt and a high-waisted pair of jeans with gray suede shoes on Thursday