Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner announced they were separating after 10 years of marriage last June, but by the looks of it more than a year later, things may not be over between the two just yet.
The two have remained close since their split and still spend plenty of time together, which has fans holding out hope that there's a chance that they could rekindle their relationship in the future.
Here are four signs Ben and Jennifer could be reconciling.
1. The two attend church together on Sundays and still remain close as a family
On Sunday, Ben and Jennifer were spotted attending church services with their three children, daughters Violet, 10, and Seraphina, 7, and 4-year-old son Samuel. The two have continued to closely co-parent their children together since announcing their separation last year.
"They sat very close to each other," an eyewitness on Sunday told ET about the two still appearing very much like a couple. "There wasn't any distance between them."
"They seemed happy," the eyewitness added. "They were there for their children."
In fact, the proud parents have been seen out and about together as a family since the split on countless occasions. Last month, Ben talked to ET about co-parenting with Jennifer at the premiere of his film, The Accountant, explaining, "We do our best, we try our best."
2. They voted together in the 2016 election
The couple that votes together, stays together? Ben and Jen -- both outspoken Hillary Clinton supporters -- were snapped voting together at a polling place near their Los Angeles home last Tuesday, proudly sporting their "I Voted" stickers.
3. They still live together
Jennifer and Ben, both 44, are still living together in their home in Los Angeles more than a year after announcing their split.
"He still lives on the property in Brentwood, California, but in separate living quarters," a source told ET. Not to mention, the two obviously remain in close contact with one another, as evidenced by their frequent joint outings and their co-parenting.
4. They haven't filed any divorce papers
In perhaps one of the biggest signs Jennifer and Ben could be reconciling is the fact that no divorce papers have been filed since they announced their breakup. The lack of any paperwork could be a sign that the two aren't ready to legally call it quits.
"They still have not officially filed paperwork for a divorce," a source told ET in July, adding they "don't know if that will ever happen."
They're "making it work," the source noted about the pair.