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Wednesday 1 June 2016

Channing talks sexy tips

Published 06/09/2013

Channing Tatum
Channing Tatum

Channing Tatum likes to get advice about his film roles from his wife Jenna Dewan.

The Hollywood couple met on the set of their 2006 film Step Up and married three years later. Channing has praised his wife's support throughout his acting career and feels lucky to receive her advice, even when she's busy working on her own projects.

One movie which stands out in particular is Magic Mike, in which the 33-year-old actor plays a stripper.

"Of course she has her things that she’s working on but she always gives her woman’s touch," he told British newspaper Metro. "She watched every cut of Magic Mike and gave notes upon notes. And that’s her watching me grind on chicks all day!"

The pair welcomed their first child, daughter Everly, in May. Channing recalled the tips people gave him about fatherhood before his daughter arrived and explained the surreal feeling of being a parent.

"It is so great to just step outside of yourself for a second and just know what’s important and know that it’s not you for once," he gushed. "Everyone always tells you: 'Wait, just wait. You’ll understand when you have a kid.' Everyone says it, but you can’t realise what they mean until it happens."

It may be just over three months since their baby was born but the couple are already thinking about the future. As long as Jenna, 32, is comfortable Channing revealed they would like more children.

"I think we both said the number three, but it’s really on Jenna. It’s what can she take," he said. "You take it as it comes and if this one is a good experience, we will go again. If that one is a good one, we will go again. But you never know."

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