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Jenna Dewan-Tatum amused by daughter's 'funky' style

Published 23/07/2016

Jenna Dewan-Tatum
Jenna Dewan-Tatum

Jenna Dewan-Tatum's daughter wants to be naked the majority of the time.

Actress Jenna Dewan-Tatum finds her three-year-old daughter Everly's 'funky' sense of style amusing.

The Step Up actress welcomed her little girl with husband Channing Tatum in May, 2013, and the star has enjoyed watching Everly develop her own personality and fashion sense.

"She picks (her outfits) out every morning. She calls it 'her style,'" she told People magazine. "Every now and then I can be like, 'How about we choose this one?' As long as she has clothes on when we're leaving the house, I'm happy."

Jenna always looks super stylish and feminine on the red carpet, but her daughter's choice of clothing is somewhat different at this point in her life.

"(Everly)'s very funky and not overly girly," she continued. "Every now and then she has a random tutu on. I let her be and find her own style."

However, the toddler is also partial to keeping things natural, with Jenna admitting it can sometimes be a struggle to get her to wear any clothes at all.

"Generally, whatever she wants half the time is (to be) naked," she laughed.

But like any little girl, Everly loves to raid her stylish parent's wardrobe and jewellery box.

"She likes to put on my necklaces and organise my jewellery," she smiled. "It just ends up being a pile of tangled necklaces on my end!"

While Jenna likes to pull out all the stops on the red carpet, the star admits she and her hunky husband don't maintain their stylish appearances at all times.

"I should send in a picture for you guys like during the day - our normal parent clothes, and you would be like, 'Yeah, step it up a little bit!'" she laughed.

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