The 'Magic Mike' actor shares his daughter with ex Jenna Dewan
Channing Tatum had a special guest with him as he walked the red carpet over the weekend.
The Magic Mike actor, 43, brought his 10-year-old daughter Everly along as his plus one as he attended the New York City premiere of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba - To the Hashira Training on Saturday.
The father-daughter duo dressed up for the premiere, with Tatum wearing a green and black checked sweatshirt just like lead Tanjiro Kamado and Everly wearing a purple dyed wig like Shinobu Kocho.
Tatum posed behind his daughter, placing his hands on her shoulders as she smiled for the camera.
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Tatum shares his daughter with ex Jenna Dewan, who is currently pregnant with her second child with fiancé Steve Kazee. In a recent interview with Romper, the actress, 43, discussed her experience co-parenting Everly with Tatum.
"It's always a journey," Dewan said. "It never ends. You just learn as you go and get better at certain things, and for me, Evie will always be my top priority. I just continually put her first. That's how I can manage all hard things."
She continued, saying that it was particularly difficult for her to be away from her daughter after she had her second baby, son Callum. "In the beginning, it was really tough. And it was definitely hard on her in the beginning too, but she's gotten into the flow with that a lot more."
"But she loves Callum. She really adores him," she said of her daughter.
In June, Tatum appeared on TODAY with Hoda and Jenna to discuss his latest children's book, The One and Only Sparkella and the Big Lie, and shared how the books helped him parent his daughter Everly.
Asked if his main character helped him learn how to parent, the actor replied, "I didn’t plan to be a single dad, that was not in the cards [or] in my planning at the least. And I was pretty nervous. I was like, ‘She’s a girl.’"
"I was like looking up YouTube on how to braid her hair. I didn’t want to be the dad who was bringing her to school looking like she had just slept on the street. So yeah, this series of books kind of came from that. It was me really figuring out how to talk to a little girl."
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