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Thursday 17 April 2014

Jenna Dewan-Tatum enjoys baby shower

Jenna Dewan-Tatum

Jenna Dewan-Tatum is said to have enjoyed a "gender neutral" baby shower with a host of her other pregnant pals.

The pregnant actress - who is married to Magic Mike star Channing Tatum - has a few more months to go until she gives birth to their first child.

The 32-year-old celebrated the baby's imminent arrival at West Hollywood's Soho House earlier this month.

"Last week at Soho House Jenna had baby shower with a bunch of other female friends who are also expecting," a source told Us Weekly.

"They opened gifts and played games, which were all gender neutral."

Jenna's pregnant pals who joined in the fun were Beverley Mitchell, Jamie-Lynn Sigler and JoAnna Garcia. They allegedly decided to throw the baby shower for Jenna due to the star moving to London for the next seven months while Channing films his latest movie.

Jenna reportedly received lavish gifts which would be suitable for either a boy or girl.

"Jenna got everything from a swanky stroller to cute little socks. She was so thankful and happy for each one," the insider gushed. "She wanted to have the shower with her friends while she still could. There was lots of love in the room.''

Beverly revealed more about the super-special occasion, explaining she and Jenna have been comparing their changing bodies.

"Every time we see each other, we get a little bigger," she gushed. "We're all so close. It's fun being pregnant together."

Last month, Channing revealed he doesn't want to know the sex of the baby until the birth.

“We’re going to be surprised, I think we’re going to do that on this one,” Channing told E! News on the Oscars red carpet.

“It’s one of the only real surprises that you’re ever gonna get that’s legit.”

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