Channing Tatum is contemplating the changes that have occurred in his life as a result of the breakup of his marriage to Jenna Dewan.
“Your life simply shifts on its axis. This whole strategy that you had ends up turning into sand and slipping through your fingers, and all you can say is “Oh, s—-.” What should we do? “he said. Nevertheless, the actor said, “It was probably just what I needed at the time.”
Tatum explains, “I don’t think I would’ve ever done the work, I think, on myself in the way that I had to do the work on myself to really try to figure out what’s next.”
Tatum revealed that the effort “started with” his 9-year-old daughter Everly, whom he has with his partner Jenna Dewan and who served as the inspiration for the Sparkella children’s book series. Everly is Tatum’s only child.
In reference to his connection with Everly, he said to the publication that he “simply dropped everything and just concentrated on her.” “And carrying it out proved to be the wisest decision I could have made at any point in my life. Because at the time when it’s just the two of us, we’ve found that we get along very well and have become good friends.”
Tatum said that he and Dewan “fought for [their marriage] for a really long time, even though we both sort of knew that we had sort of grown apart.” The couple separated in April 2018 after nearly nine years of marriage and finalized their divorce in November 2019.
He told the source, “I believe when we were young, we told ourselves a tale, and we just kept telling ourselves that story, no matter how obviously reality was showing us that we were so different.”
Tatum continued by saying, “But when you’re truly parents, you really realize disparities between the two of you.” ”
Because it is always shouting at you throughout the day. The way in which you parent, the way in which you see the world, and the way in which you navigate the world are all distinct. ” do not know “whether there is any chance that I will ever be married again.”