The couple who were at one point considered “Hollywood’s Sweethearts” split in 2018 after more than 10 years together.
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The former couple met in 2006 while filming “Step Up” and their chemistry on-screen took flight in real life.
Jenna previously opened up to People Magazine about her split from Tatum. She told the publication, “I always say no one gets married to hopefully get divorced. People grow and they change and sometimes they don’t grow and change together. So, it wasn’t an overnight thing that happened.
She added that there was “no event,” it was just that they both slowly realized they wanted different things.
Jenna met Channing when she was 24 and revealed “I didn’t know life without Chan.”
Chan & Jenna
Well, Jenna has learned life without Chan and more.
The dancer welcomed her second child, a baby boy named Callum, in March 2020 with fiancé and actor, Steve Kazee.
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The couple are head over heels in love and have started a new life together.
Prior to welcoming Callum, Jenna gave birth to her daughter, Everly, in 2013 whom she shares with Channing.
She recently opened up about giving birth to her daughter and detailed the hardships she faced after giving birth.
During an appearance on the “Dear Gabby” podcast released on Monday, August 2, Jenna explained that after she gave birth to Everly she was “without a partner.”
The actress gave birth to her first child in London while Channing was filming in the area. She detailed that soon after she gave birth, she had to travel with her then-newborn child in order to continue working.
Weeks after giving birth, Jenna went back to work on “Witches of East End” in Canada and added that Channing “wasn’t available” to be with them due to his own work obligations.
“I had to travel with her and at the time, Chan wasn’t available to be with us for the most part,” Jenna shared about traveling internationally for work during that period. “So, it was me, my doula and Evie all by ourselves traveling at six weeks.”
Jenna recalled the difficulties of balancing her motherly duties and career at the same time.
“That was really hard because that was long hours. I did have her on set with me constantly. It was just really difficult.”
She revealed she had a lot of postpartum anxiety during this time given she just “never stopped.”
“It was like, I just never stopped. You know, you’re up a couple times in the night and then you’re working all day. I was breastfeeding, I was pumping, I was without a partner, I mean it was just craziness,” she told show host, Gabby Bernstein.
On the contrary, her birth to Callum was a complete 180.
She told Gabby, “This time around, I was so grounded,” she shared. “Even though the world was crazy, I was home and in this love nest and it was different.”