Jenna Dewan Tatum and her husband (otherwise known as our fantasy boyfriend) Channing have a pretty enviable marriage, but the 35-year-old actor and mom has revealed that, like all couples, they don't agree on everything.
In an interview with Women's Health Magazine Jenna joked that she totally agrees with her husband Chan's status as one of the sexiest people in Hollywood and still finds him as gorgeous as ever, she said:
"I think he’s the sexiest thing in the world, so of course I get why other people think it. It’s always fun and we laugh about it.”
While the pair might live star-studded lives compared to us mere plebs, Jenna wants to assure us that their life is pretty mundane when it's not being edited for public consumption, she said:
"Instagram is just a highlight reel. Ten percent of the time, Chan and I have a lot of fun. Ninety percent, we’re really boring.”
Chan and Jenna have been held up as a stellar example of how a loving marriage can thrive in Hollywood since they met on the set of Step Up 11 years ago, but the pair don't entirely mesh, especially when it comes to matters of the stomach, Dewan Tatum explained:
"He really did try to be vegan for six months. The guy doesn’t like vegetables, which makes it tough. It was hard in the beginning because you want someone to be on the same page, but you’ve gotta let people be themselves.”
The things we do for love, eh?
Channing himself has also opened up about minor moments of disagreement he has with his wife in a hilarious interview conducted by non-verbal autistic presenter, Carly Fleischmann. He explained that he wasn't a fan of some of Jenna's somewhat unorthodox beliefs, he said:
"There's these things that she buys at the aura shop in Sanata Monica, they have like bee bees in them and they're supposed to like, actually, I have really no idea, I just go...Yeah, that one, I can't get into that one."
Sure, they might disagree over silly little things, but when you can have this much fun together, does it really matter?
What do you and your significant other disagree on?
(Source: Women's Health)