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The tabloid world was buzzing on Tuesday, wondering if Ben Affleck made his estranged wife, Jennifer Garner, cry at their children's karate class.

The whole thing centers on one photo that appears to show Jen wiping a tear away from under her sunglasses with her finger over the weekend. Ben, wearing his omnipresent Red Sox hat, is squinting in the sunlight (The photo in question can be seen here.)

Other photos show the two sitting in the car looking tense, but then again, there is little to go as far as the context of the moment.

There is also no proof that Jen is crying either, and video seems to indicate that she wasn't overly emotional upon leaving the class with Ben and two of their three children, Seraphina, 7, and Samuel, 4. In fact, she laughs at one point with a friend.

On Monday, Ben touched down in London's Heathrow airport, where he continues to film "Justice League." Over the summer, the family spent the majority of its time across the pond.

In Mid-August, though, they headed to Montana's Yellowstone Club to celebrate Ben's 44th birthday together. They consider the place one of their favorite places.

"They didn't sleep in the same room, and they are not getting back together," a source told Us Weekly, adding that they "got along great" during the birthday retreat.

They were also in Paris and Venice as a family, and many have wondered or hoped that these two, who announced plans to divorce in June 2015, would reconcile.

"I am a giant fan of Jennifer," Ben told CBS in March. "She's just a fabulous person. She's just a wonderful person. She's a great mother. She's a real talent.

"Life doesn't always turn out exactly the way you want," he added. "We're doing our very best and we're putting our kids first. That's how we're focusing on our day-to-day lives, and we don't know what the future's going to hold. Each step that we take is one where we prioritize our children, and everything else comes second. She's just so good at doing that and sets such a good example. And that's a lead that I follow."