Inside Scott Foley And Jennifer Garner's Relationship After Their Divorce

Jennifer Garner's most high-profile relationship has without a doubt been with her ex-husband, Ben Affleck. The couple tied the knot in June 2005 and announced their split ten years later in June 2015. However, Garner has also been linked to other Hollywood hunks as well, per Us Weekly. The "13 Going On 30" star previously dated actor Michael Vartan, whom she co-starred with on "Alias" from 2001 to 2006. She was also previously married to actor Scott Foley, whom she met on the set of the hit teen drama "Felicity."

Foley starred on the series as the character Noel Crane from 1998 until 2002, while Garner guest-starred on the series in 1998. They began dating and eventually tied the knot in October 2000. However, the marriage didn't last long. The couple officially called it quits in March 2003 and their divorce was finalized in March 2004. Garner went on to marry Affleck, with whom she shares three children, Violet, Seraphina, and Sam, while Foley married Marika Dominczyk in 2007. They share three children: sons Keller and Konrad and daughter Malina.

Although both Foley and Garner have stayed mostly quiet on their marriage and divorce, the "Scandal" alum has opened up about their relationship during an interview with Andy Cohen per People.

Scott Foley opens up about his marriage to Jennifer Garner

According to E! News, Scott Foley was a guest on SiriusXM's "Andy Cohen Live" when he was asked about his former marriage to Jennifer Garner. "I got married during 'Felicity.' It was a short-lived marriage," Foley said, not mentioning Garner by name. "We're speaking about this with my current wife behind me and she's laughing," Foley joked as his wife Marika Dominczyk looked on. "She's really enjoying the squirming that I'm doing."

"We were together for a total of about five years. I downplay that because my wife's right behind me," Foley continued. "I think we were married for three," he stated. "She played my girlfriend on 'Felicity.' Yeah, we met on the show, and we hit it off instantly and were soon dating."

When Cohen asked if Foley and Garner kept in contact, he admitted that they didn't. However, he did confess that he doesn't try to avoid bumping into his ex-wife in public. "No, you say hello. You're very civil. I mean, we do not keep in contact because she has her own family, I have mine," Foley explained. "It wouldn't be something that we would search out, but I've seen her a few times, especially when we were living in L.A. Marika's been with me and, you know, everybody says hi, and you're cordial and you move on. That's life right?"

For her part, Garner told Allure in 2013 that Foley is "a great guy," and that their relationship just "imploded."