Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan-Tatum are one cool couple. The pair met for the first on the sets of the 2006 dance movie “Step Up.” From then one, they enjoyed a whirlwind romance. Tatum and Dewan-Tatum eventually got married in 2009 and have a daughter named Everly together.
Dewan-Tatum took to Instagram to post a throwback photo of them on the tenth anniversary of “Step Up.” “#tbt On set of Step Up,” she captioned the old picture in which the brunette actress is sitting on her soon-to-be-husband’s lap, “I cannot believe it’s the 10 year anniversary of the release today!! Ahhhh where does the time go?? Love you all and thanks for all the love all these years.”
This wasn’t the only way 35-year-old Dewan-Tatum and 36-year-old Tatum celebrated their first meeting. The husband and wife performed an impressive and highly popular dance lift routine from the movie. In it, Tatum hoists his his wife above his head and slowly puts her down. The romantic video is captioned, “We had to. #stepup10years.”
Watch it below:
Dewan-Tatum tried to teach her spouse how to use social media app Snapchat, but it failed miserably, People reports. In the video she posted on her Snapchat ID jennaldewan, she waits patiently as he tries to figure out how to record a video. “You hold it down to record,” Dewan-Tatum reportedly said and captioned the video, “teaching Chan how to use snapchat” with appropriate emojis.
Tatum struggles and tells his wife, “I’m recording,” before the “Supergirl” actress throws her hands in the air while laughing as a form of surrender. Teaching the “Magic Mike XXL” actor how to use Snapchat was clearly harder than she thought.