Jenna Dewan-Tatum Poses Topless Post-Baby & Says Daughter Everly Is “Obsessed With Drake!”
Jenna Dewan-Tatum makes a splash on Ocean Drive‘s January 2014 issue.
The 33-year-old shows poses topless and shows off her taunt tummy underneath a bright pink blazer just seven months after giving birth to daughter Everly. Inside the magazine, the Witches of East End star dishes on how she trimmed down in record time.
“I danced for 22 years of my life, hardcore, every day, seven hours a day, so I’m lucky that [my body] likes to snap back to that shape as long as I put a little effort into it, but I’m really active,” she explained. “I work with a trainer named Jennifer Johnson in LA. She’s a dancer as well, and she does this amazing workout that’s part cardio, part strength training, part Pilates-based.”
She continued, “I gave birth in London, so I was in England for part of this crazy circus, and all I did was hike. When Everly was born, I was literally rocking her probably 10 times a day for 45 minutes, and I turned it into a workout, doing squats and lunges around the house.”
When she’s not burning calories, Jenna enjoys parenting with Sexiest Man Alive husband Channing Tatum. “He’s Mr. Play Funtime Dad,” she says of the Jupiter Ascending star. “So every time he comes in, he’s singing to her. He holds her and dances around and she’s laughing. She literally lights up when he walks in the room.”
But it turns out that Channing isn’t the only man that makes Everly smile. “She is obsessed with Drake’s ‘Hold on, We’re Going Home,’ Jenna said. “If I put that on, she will sleep in five seconds. Prince’s ‘The Most Beautiful Girl in the World’ also lulls her to sleep. She’s her own soul, but she definitely seems to be leaning towards the musically coordinated side of things. There’s no nursery rhymes, no sweet nursery music to put her down. She is like, ‘No, please. I like the hits.’ I’d like to think that Drake and Prince are pretty badass for a little girl.”
For more on Jenna’s new life as a mom, check out the gallery of the actress from the magazine below and visit OceanDrive.com.