Jenna Dewan-Tatum Talks Post-Baby Slimdown

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

Jenna Dewan-Tatum has already slimmed down to her pre-baby figure. After giving birth to Everly two months ago – the 32-year-old actress is back at work on Lifetimes’s Witches of East End. In the latest issue of In Touch Weekly she reveals how she stayed in shape during her pregnancy.

She states, “The day I went into labor, I’d gone on an hour-and a-half walk!”

Now a new mom – she takes regular walks with her two dogs and burns the extra calories by breast-feeding.

Jenna also admits she’s happy to be back on set.

“Going back to work made me feel normal again. For six weeks I was home in sweatpants. If I got a chance to shower every two days, I was lucky!”

Raising Everly with husband Channing Tatum – Jenna says motherhood has changed her for the better.

She shares, “I feel everything more deeply. Every action I take, I think of her first. That’s a big change for me. That — and no sleep!”

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  1. Anonymous

    See? There’s no secret, just a healthy diet and lots of exercise.

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  2. Heather

    I think eating habbint and genetics play the biggest role of all and people just don’t want to admit it.

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  3. frances

    I totally believe what she said about her walking throughout the pregnancy. She was constantly pictured walking her dogs and one pap actually complained about how tiring it was keeping up with her on those marathons!!

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  4. Doreen

    I think genetics have nothing to do with it. My mum and sister gained many pounds during pregnancy and it was hard for them to get back into shape. I just gained about pounds and only 8 weeks after giving birth I lost about 26 pounds just because of breastfeeding I think. But my mum and sister did it too but they never lost the weight so fast.

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