As Channing Tatum’s rumored romance with Zoë Kravitz fires up the internet, many fans are wondering what Jenna Dewan has to say about her ex’s newfound love. Truth be told, she’s not one to get involved in his love life.
Channing and Zoë were spotted hanging out several times in New York City. They’re presently collaborating on her directional film debut, Pussy Island. Romance rumors between the two first started earlier this year but their latest get-togethers are proofs that they have chemistry.
A source exclusively told E! News, “Jenna doesn’t get involved in who he dates. She wants the best for Channing and hopes that he is healthy and happy. She leaves it at that.”
The source added that Jenna prioritizes her family and her own relationship with Steve Kazee, her fiancé. Jenna and Channing have a daughter, Everly, 8, and shares with Steve a 17-month-old baby, Callum.
“She has very much moved on with her life with Steve and her kids. Her focus is on raising kids and making sure they have everything they need,” the source explained.
Just recently, Jenna shared a snapshot of her kids on Instagram and captioned it, “All those times i worried about the age gap and if they would bond. Worrying is a waste of time and energy. Trust.”
Jenna and Channing have finalized their divorce in November 2019 but she proved that she’s there to support him. Earlier this month, her comments regarding their past relationship were distorted and she was there to defend him.
The actress shared about her motherhood journey with Dear Media’s podcast, Dear Gabby. However, she clarified her statement after it was aired. She tweeted, “It’s unfortunate that countless media outlets have taken an important conversation on a woman’s experience with postpartum issues and pulled quotes to make it appear that I was slamming my daughter’s father, something I would never do. As two working parents, we both faced challenges at the time, but I speak only for myself and not about him.”
Channing never talked about the incident but he remains focused on raising their daughter Everly as well as taking new projects.
The actor told Deadline, “No one gives me a chance to play a role like this. Everybody throws me down a different alley and expects me to do a certain thing. It was scary and liberating, just to be able to have a free conversation, where I was allowed to mess up, and say the wrong things.”