This weekend, Jenna Dewan and Channing Tatum proved to be the coolest parents ever when they threw their three-year-old daughter Everly the dance party of the century.
In a series of adorable Snapchat clips, the loving parents, who met on the set of the 2006 dance flick Step Up, could be seen showing their sweet girl and all of her friends some of their very best moves.
As Justin Timberlake’s Can’t Stop the Feeling blasted in the background, the party of pint-sized dancers took to blue mats on the floor, attempting to handstand as the Magic Mike actor spotted them.
The couple’s daughter watched along, looking no less than adorable in blonde, curly pigtails.
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Finally, the 35-year-old shared one last photo of the whole gang standing outside the family’s lavish home, striking their very best finale pose.
“The cutest,” Jenna wrote across the happy snap.
Earlier this week, the couple shared more than a few sentimental memories as they celebrated the 10-year anniversary of the movie that started their love story.
The brunette beauty shared an adorable throwback selfie from the set of Step Up, where she and her now-hubby met a decade ago.
"On set of Step Up. 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," she captioned.
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Later that same day, the loved-up pair proved that they ‘still got it’ when it came down to recreating their infamous dance scene.
In a video captioned, “We had to”, Channing and Jenna re-enact the moment they ran to each other in the mid-noughties film, before he lifts her high into the air, spinning triumphantly.
The couple went public with their romance shortly after falling in love on set.
In September 2008, Channing proposed to his now-wife in Hawaii with a stunning Neil Lane ring.
They married the following year and welcomed their first daughter Everly in 2013.
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Australian Women's WeeklyJan 23, 2020