Ana de Armas and Ben Affleck's relationship blooms amid the Coronavirus pandemic

Ana de Armas and Ben Affleck's relationship blooms amid the Coronavirus pandemic”

The couple's sighting came amid pleas for everyone to self-quarantine.

The photo of Affleck shows the actor wearing a black t-shirt and trousers.

De Armas was wearing a stylish knitted cardigan with white trousers and shoes whereas Affleck was rocking in a black t-shirt and grey jeans.

In Costa Rica, the couple was seen enjoying a romantic stroll along the sand, as the "Batman" actor and his "Knives Out" actress girlfriend staged an impromptu photoshoot at the beach.

Armas explained her experience working with Ben.

According to the source, de Armas is supportive of Affleck's sobriety, which he was extremely open about while promoting his latest film, "The Way Back", in which he plays a basketball coach struggling with addiction. After wrapping up filming of thriller Deep Water, the co-stars were seen having dinner.

Their relationship has since been confirmed by Us Weekly, and Affleck's ex-wife Jennifer Garner, 47, reportedly approves.

Reports state that Ana is very Happy with Ben.

Another source told the same publication that Affleck and de Armas are self-isolating together amid the coronavirus outbreak.

An insider said: 'Jen has completely moved on from Ben in a romantic sense. "She considers him a friend; thinks he is a good dad to their children and respects him". "Ben and Ana are still early into their relationship, but it's been fun and exciting for both", the source revealed to ET.

Affleck and Garner were married from 2005 to 2018, and they share daughters Violet, 14, Seraphina, 11, and son Samuel, eight. A few days prior, they were spotted on a coffee run in L.A.

Ben Affleck poses as he arrives for the world premiere of "Triple Frontier" on March 3, 2019 in New York City.

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