Jenna Dewan-Tatum is laying it all out on the line when it comes to her personal life.
She’s getting real with Health magazine about her marriage to Channing Tatum, more babies and their non-“scheduled’ sexy time.
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Our March cover star #JennaDewanTatum has a life that's seriously enviable—on top of her sizzling career and hot marriage, she manages to stay healthy and fit. But don't try to tell @jennadewan her relationship is perfect: "When people say you guys have such a perfect life, I want to scream and tell them no one’s perfect." Instead, Jenna believes in being a great fit with your partner. "It is a great fit as long as you are growing together, and I think up until this point we’ve really grown together." Tap the link in bio for the full interview. 📸: @JeffLipsky
The “World of Dance” host revealed she doesn’t slot intimacy with her husband into their schedules, but she’s rethinking that.
“We have not yet scheduled sex, but we do schedule time together, so maybe that is sort of scheduling sex,” she explained in the March issue. “We will go away for a weekend to get time, but we have no real regimented schedule. I have friends who do this [schedule sex]; it’s on the calendar. We’ve never done that—it might actually be a good idea.”
She even expressed her thoughts on expanding their family – the couple share daughter Everly, 4.
“I haven’t yet made my decision, and I’m leaving it to the universe to show me the way. I love the idea of another child, and it might be in the cards, but I’ll know when I know,” Dewan-Tatum said. “A lot of women I know plan it, and that’s their decision, they want it within three years, but that was not a possibility for us. It felt too overwhelming. I’m so thrilled with one child. If the desire [for another child] comes around, it will happen, that’s the way I look at it.”
But Dewan-Tatum wants you to know one thing, she and Channing don’t live the “perfect” life the world believes they do: “When people say, ‘you guys have such a perfect life,’ I want to scream and tell them, ‘no one’s perfect.’ I think there are such things as great fits. It is a great fit as long as you are growing together, and I think up until this point we’ve really grown together.”
Dewan-Tatum’s issue of Health magazine hits newsstands Feb. 13.