Tatums waiting on baby to fly
Channing Tatum and his wife, actress and dancer Jenna Dewan-Tatum, are waiting to return to their home in Los Angeles until their baby is old enough to fly from London.
The American couple welcomed their first child, a daughter named Everly, in the English capital on May 30.
Jenna has accompanied her husband overseas while he films his latest movie Jupiter Ascending.
Now that the project is nearing completion in the UK they are waiting to go home to Los Angeles but their baby still needs time to grow.
"They'll return to L.A. when the baby's able to fly," a source told US Weekly.
Medical experts recommend parents wait as long as two to three months before taking an infant on a flight so that the child’s immune system has time to develop.
Babies can be cleared to fly as early as two-weeks-old by their doctor.
Channing and Jenna announced they were expecting their first child in December. They will celebrate their four-year wedding anniversary July 11.
The actor revealed earlier this year he had reservations about his child entering the world in Britain.
“I hope it doesn’t just pop out with a weird accent,” he laughed.
Jupiter Ascending will start filming in the US next month.
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