On May 31, 2013, it was after seven years of love that Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan became parents for the first time. If after twelve years together and nine years of marriage, the duo separated by mutual agreement, their daughter, Everly (8 years) remains their priority. While the comedian was little present the first weeks after the birth of the latter due to her shoots, it was in Dear Media’s Dear Gabby podcast that Jenna Dewan explained: “I had to travel with her and at the time Chan wasn’t available to be with us most of the time. So it was me, my doula and Evie traveling alone at six weeks. “
Explaining how the balance between motherhood and her job was “really difficult”, Jenna Dewan revealed, “I had her constantly on set with me. It was really difficult!” Finally, Channing Tatum’s ex-wife revealed that she suffered from postpartum depression. “It was like I never stopped. You know, you wake up a couple of times a night and work all day. I was breastfeeding, pumping, I was partnerless, I mean, it was just madness, ”she revealed.
Jenna Dewan’s rant
Following this interview, Jenna Dewan wanted to clear things up, assuring that Channing Tatum was a good father. In a story posted to Instagram, the star wrote: “It is unfortunate that countless media have taken up an important conversation about a woman’s experience with postpartum syndrome and pulled quotes for make it look like I was attacking my daughter’s father, which I never would. As two working parents, we both faced challenges during this time, but I speak only for myself and not for him.” Finally, she added: “Anyone who actually listens to the interview (…) will clearly see that my words have been distorted for false and salacious clicks and gossip with no regard for the people actually involved, or the desired message. . “
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