Hello petal! Jennifer Garner flashes her legs in floaty skirt as she lugs vase of pretty flowers into Venice cafe

Unlike many celebs, Jennifer Garner's fame doesn't keep her at an arm's length from the people.

The Golden Globe-winning Alias actress on Friday was snapped in the Venice area, headed toward the Rose Cafe toting a vase full of roses as she headed toward the restaurant, which is just blocks from the beach.

Ben Affleck's estranged wife, 44, blended like a local in the beachfront community, clad in a patterned skirt with a long-sleeved black top, dark sunglasses and black heels.

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Stop and smell the roses: Jennifer Garner, 44, was snapped in Venice, California on Friday with a vase full of flowers

 Gorgeous: The Alias star, drawing attention from diners, is no homebody, as she's regularly seen all over Los Angeles

Affleck was seen Friday behind the wheel of a black Cadillac about seven miles to the north in Brentwood. 

Garner, like many of her Hollywood colleagues, does not seem to be enthusiastic about Hillary Clinton's loss to Donald Trump in the presidential election.

The Miracles from Heaven star wore her heart on her sleeve - technically her chest - on Wednesday morning when she stepped out of her Pacific Palisades home for a walk in a black sweater that had a pattern of a broken heart on it.

The beautiful mother-of-three kids with Affleck - Violet, 10, Seraphina, seven, and Samuel, four - was one of many show business personalities to hit the campaign trail for the Democratic nominee Clinton, as she participated in a voter registration drive in Reno, Nevada October 11 on the campus of the University of Nevada, Reno.

Ben-mobile: Jen's estranged husband Ben Affleck was snapped driving a black Cadillac in nearby Brentwood, California 

Owner of a broken heart: Jen was clearly expressing her heartbreak over election results as she stepped out for a walk with a sweatshirt of a broken heart Wednesday morning

The agony of defeat: Jen's candidate Hillary Clinton announced her concession Wednesday morning 

The Juno beauty's appearance was the crown jewel of an event titled, 'Hillary for Nevada Student Voter Registration and Canvass Kick-Off.'

At the function, the stunning star posed for photos with students, holding pro-Clinton signs, while stressing the importance of voting for Clinton, who would have been America's first female president had she defeated the controversial celebrity businessman.

She told the group of college students, 'Everyone who's registering to vote, wave their hands! Everyone who's gonna vote for Hillary, "Yay, Hillary!"'

All for one: Jen (center) hit the campaign trail for Clinton last month in Reno, Nevada

Garner said, noting that she was 'excited and proud to be standing up for' the Democratic candidate, added, 'We do have a say, it does matter; use your say - it’s your responsibility,' according to The Nevada Sagebrush.

Garner's work in 'The Biggest Little City in the World' continued with a trip to a nearby Democratic office in support of the Women for Hillary Voter Registration Launch and Phone Bank.

The Draft Day actress has past been outspoken on political causes she believes in, as she spoke in support of 2006 Democratic congressional candidate Jerry McNerney; and donated $25,000 two years ago to Texas Democrat Wendy Davis in her 2014 gubernatorial campaign.

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