She wasn't traveling light! Quick change artist Jennifer Garner models FOUR outfits in one day

She is in New York to promote her latest movie The Odd Life of Timothy Green and with a string of TV appearances, Jennifer Garner has required a rather large wardrobe.

Despite the business trip the actress won’t have been packing light as she has ensured she models a different ensemble for each interview.

Today she sported no less than FOUR different outfits as she dashed about the bustling city.

Outfit FOUR: Hard-working Jennifer Garner at the Late Show With David Letterman tonight

Outfit FOUR: Hard-working Jennifer Garner at the Late Show With David Letterman tonight

Twice as nice: Jennifer Garner swapped one glamorous dress for another as she attended a series of TV appearances in New York
Twice as nice: Jennifer Garner swapped one glamorous dress for another as she attended a series of TV appearances in New York

Twice as nice: Jennifer Garner swapped one glamorous dress for another as she attended a series of TV appearances in New York

But after two TV appearances this morning she switched into some comfortable clothing as she got stuck into her motherly duties and stepped out with baby Samuel.

The 40-year-old was first was spotted in a smart dress which boasted a burgundy lace top and shiny black skirt as she arrived at Good Morning America.

Also sporting elegant black heels, the star took the time to sign autographs for fans before making her way inside the studio.

She was later seen returning to her hotel after a stint at the BET studios, looking lovely in a metallic printed shift dress, while keeping the same shoes from earlier.

Signing autographs: Even after a long day of promotional work, Jennifer was still delighted to meet her fans

Signing autographs: Even after a long day of promotional work, Jennifer was still delighted to meet her fans

Mum's the word: The actress later changed into her casual wear to step out with baby Samuel

Mum's the word: The actress later changed into her casual wear to step out with baby Samuel

Jennifer then swapped her slinky dresses for comfortable daywear to bond with her baby son.
She instead opted for a simple black T-shirt, boyfriend jeans and trainers.

The star left her Big Apple hotel carrying the five-month-old in a convertible car seat which was covered with a blanket.

A throng of fans were waiting outside to catch a glimpse of the idol but the mother-of-three, with the help of her bodyguards, told the crowd to keep quiet as little Samuel was asleep.

Then later in the day Jennifer changed into a bodycon navy and black dress for an appearance on David Letterman.

Happy to help: The star sported a burgundy and black dress to appear on Good Morning America and signed autographs for her fans upon her arrival
Happy to help: The star sported a burgundy and black dress to appear on Good Morning America and signed autographs for her fans upon her arrival

Happy to help: The star sported a burgundy and black dress to appear on Good Morning America and signed autographs for her fans upon her arrival

The only thing she didn't change was her shoes - with Jennifer wearing the same black pair with all three of her dresses.

Jennifer, who also has six-year-old Violet and Seraphina, three, with husband Ben Affleck, has revealed that worrying about what is best for her children keeps her up at night.

In an exclusive blog for the iVillage blog series CelebVillage, she wrote: ‘Did you watch the Olympics and vow to double up on your Judo prodigy's lessons?

Dressed to impress: She later was seen in a printed shift as she arrived back to her hotel after a stint at the BET studios

Dressed to impress: She later was seen in a printed shift as she arrived back to her hotel after a stint at the BET studios

‘Now, when you realise that your child hates the extra lessons and would rather build Star Wars Lego cities, what do you do?

'Do you push through until they like it again or... do you let them quit and risk the future admonitions for letting them give it up - OR - do you find a Lego specialist?

‘This is the kind of mothering conundrum that keeps me up at night. How do I know if I'm getting it right? Isn't it my job to parent, to encourage, to help my child define themselves? Or should I step out of the way and let them be led by their passions?’

Keeping it casual: Jennifer then slipped into a T-shirt, jeans and trainers to enjoy some bonding time with her little son

Keeping it casual: Jennifer then slipped into a T-shirt, jeans and trainers to enjoy some bonding time with her little son

Jennifer also addressed the struggle some women have with breast feeding, describing it as the first time a mother feels they have let their child down.

She added: ‘You imagine yourself as some kind of mom-Mary Milk Maid, for example, nursing your baby for at least 14 months. And then... nothing.

‘No amount of pumping and Fenugreek, hot tea and meditation can help you squeeze out more than an ounce and a half of breast milk and your child will be forever more susceptible to everything bad while you have a Scarlet B for Bottle emblazoned on your forehead.

‘The shame. The tears. The reorganisation of your own self-image as MOM. What else will you fail at and how many more times will you let your child down? Many, many, many.’

Shhh!: Jennifer and a security guard asked the crowd to keep quiet as she left her hotel because Samuel was sleeping

Shhh!: Jennifer and a security guard asked the crowd to keep quiet as she left her hotel because Samuel was sleeping


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