According to a report in the New York Post's Page Six, the nanny is searching for an agent and is hoping to capitalize on her much-publicized scandal with a career in reality TV.
"The word in LA is that Christine is looking for an agent and wants a TV deal, on something like 'The Bachelorette' or 'Dancing With the Stars,'" a source said. "She knows she most likely can't go back to nannying -- who in LA would hire her now to take care of their kids? So she's going to use the spotlight to build a showbiz career."
True, Christine's career as a high-end nanny is likely over after an alleged secret affair with the "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" star as she tended for his children. Since then, Christine has been photographed by the paparazzi in full makeup and hair all over the Los Angeles area.
The Page Six source said there is possibility that the former nanny could try to do a tell-all to a media outlet, but still, there are many things (likely most of the juicy stuff) she cannot speak about, per a nondisclosure agreement she signed when she began caring for the former couple's children.
Ben's rep has called the scandal "complete garbage."
Despite the split and the nanny cloud hovering over their heads, Ben and Jen and their three children -- Violet, 9, Seraphina, 6, and Samuel, 3 -- got together on Aug. 15 to celebrate Ben's 43rd birthday at Universal Studios Orlando.
"Neither of them looked too happy," an eyewitness at one of the theme park's shops said. "They seemed like strangers -- awkward strangers."
"They didn't even look at each other," the eyewitness added. "They were talking to the kids, but they didn't talk or even look in each other's direction."
As the couple announced the end of their marriage, Ben and Jen vowed to continued co-parenting their children. The birthday celebration was proof that they are remaining civil for the children.
Previously a source close to the couple said, "They both put on their happy faces and don't show any signs of anger or frustration. They definitely play happy family in front of the kids."