It’s possible that Channing Tatum will never marry again.
During a wide-ranging conversation about his career and his previous marriage to Jenna Dewan, Channing Tatum, age 42, who is currently dating Zoe Kravitz, admitted that he does not know “if I’m ever going to get married again.” The interview for the cover story of the new issue of Vanity Fair was published on Tuesday. Tatum is currently dating Zoe Kravitz.
After detailing how he and Kravitz, 34, met via talks for the actor to feature in Kravitz’s forthcoming directorial debut Pussy Island, Tatum told the source, “Relationships are hard for me.” This statement was made after Tatum had discussed how he and Kravitz, 34, met. “despite the fact that I have a tendency toward monogamy. When it comes to my professional life, I don’t really worry about anything becoming ruined. But when it comes to matters of the heart, namely concerning the people I care about, I have a lot of trouble.”
“Do you know what I mean when I say that I end up trying too hard?” he said.
According to Cosmopolitan, Tatum said that he had a penchant for “trying too hard” while explaining why he followed multiple fan accounts dedicated to his current girlfriend when they first started dating in 2021. Tatum and his girlfriend have been together since 2021.
The actor said in an interview with Vanity Fair, “I have no chill.” “I was simply checking in on her to see what she was doing! In addition, I was under the impression that no one would know.”
Before being involved with Kravitz, Tatum was previously married to Dewan, who is now 41 years old. The couple tied the knot in 2009 and remained together until they divorced in 2018, after which they split.
In another portion of the cover interview, Tatum revealed that he and Dewan “fought for [their marriage] for a very long time, even though we both kinds of realized that we had sort of grown apart.” Tatum and Dewan are no longer married.
He told the source, “I believe when we were young, we told ourselves a tale, and we just kept telling ourselves that story, no matter how obviously reality was showing us that we were so different.” “I think we told ourselves a story,” he said, “and we just continued telling ourselves that story.”
“But when you’re truly parents, you really grasp disparities between the two of you,” Tatum said, referring to the fact that he and Dewan are the parents of their daughter Everly, who is nine years old. “Because it is always shouting at you throughout the day. The way in which you parent, the way in which you see the world, and the way in which you navigate the world are all different.”
Tatum described the beginning of the divorce process as “very horrifying” and “really scary.” “Your life simply shifts on its axis. This whole strategy that you had ends up turning into sand and slipping through your fingers, and all you can say is “Oh, s—-.” What should we do?”
“It was probably just what I needed at that very moment,” the actor from Magic Mike said next. “I don’t believe I would’ve ever done the work, I think, on myself in the manner that I had to do the work on myself to really try to figure out what next,” the speaker said. “I don’t think I would’ve ever done the work, I think.”
“And if I’m being really honest, it all began with my daughter. I immediately stopped all I was doing and concentrated only on her “he said, elaborating on his relationship with Everly. “And carrying it out proved to be the wisest decision I could have made at any point in my life. Because at the time when it’s just the two of us, we’ve found that we get along very well and have become good friends.”