Jenna Dewan-Tatum Wears Her Newborn

Jenna Dewan-Tatum keeps Everly close as they get ready for take-off

Actress Jenna Dewan-Tatum was spotted with her baby girl Everly, 9 weeks, at the Los Angeles International Airport on Monday (August 5). Looking every bit the protective new mom, Jenna wore and cradled her newborn daughter in a baby carrier.

Looking casual chic in a striped top paired with a denim shirt and black pants, the Step Up star, 32, got some help as she made her way through the busy terminal.

The brunette beauty – who welcomed Everly on May 31 with hunky hubby Channing Tatum – has recently returned to work on the new TV show Witches of East End.

”It’s hard,” Jenna admitted of juggling new motherhood and her career.

“It definitely is a challenge,” she continued. “I’m finding I’m getting more in the flow of things now. It’s about switching the brain like, ‘OK, now I’m mom, now I’m the actress’ and then jumping into character and then coming back and breastfeeding.”

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  1. just curious

    Does her bodyguard – orange shirt – and assistant fly with her or do they just bring her to the check-in point? I wonder if they get to fly first class too.

    • anon.

      Sounds like a dream job to me – minimal effort and the opportunity to travel to interesting places….I think I’d take the assistant/bodyguard job though. Nannying is wa-aa-a-a-y too much work – first class or not.

    • Anonymous

      Yes the nannies and bodyguards fly with them not sure about first class I’ve heard some celebrites make them fly coach.

  2. Babywearing Mama

    I love to see high profile moms (and dads!) wearing their babies in something other than the Baby Bjorn! So many more parents are picking wraps and Ergos lately. Maybe people will catch on soon that they’re missing out on comfy carriers!

  3. Bobbi

    Seriously how is that baby able to breathe so covered up?


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