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The couple that vacations together gets back together?

Nearly a year ago, Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner announced their separation and rumors floated that Ben had perhaps cheated on her with their children's nanny. Since then, it seems that little has been done to push their divorce forward.

In fact, it seems that the entire opposite is happening and that one of Hollywood's favorite and most high-profile couples could be getting back together.

Us Weekly is reporting just that in its newest issue.

The estranged couple, along with their kids, has been spending time in Europe for most the summer while Ben films "The Justice League: Part One." Last month they headed to Paris for a mini vacation and, more recently, went to Italy as a family.

The family time is working and is helping to rekindle the flame between Ben and Jen. They are not back together, but the possibility certainly exists, something that seemed unfathomable a year ago.

"Jen would definitely get back together with him," a source told the magazine.

Another source said, "A lot of damage has been mended. They are really in a good place."

Jen's affection for Ben is far from fiction. In her widely-publicized interview with Vanity Fair, she called him the "love of my life," despite the fact that they were separated.

In March, Ben spoke glowingly about the mother of his three children, Violet, 10, Seraphina, 7, and Samuel, 4, and many saw it as a hint at reconciliation.

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

Of their relationship, he said, "Life doesn't always turn out exactly the way you want. 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."