Channing Tatum has the internet gushing over these sweet Instagram photos of his wife.
We’re still a month away from Valentine’s Day, but already Channing Tatum is posting swoon-worthy tributes to his wife. Yesterday, the actor shared some Instagram snaps of Jenna Dewan-Tatum with seriously sweet captions that will make you even more disappointed you’re not married to Magic Mike.
Channing posted two photos, apparently taken by him with his Leica camera. In one, Jenna is sitting inside an old truck with an eerie glare washing across the windshield. In the other, she’s standing outside wrapped in a denim jacket. In the caption for the first photo, Channing writes that it’s “not hard to take a beautiful picture of this magical creature.” He continues his love note in the caption for the second photo, writing, “If it wasn’t for her I would have never even found the path much less stayed on it and not flown off in flaming truck of dynamite singing devil went down to Georgia. Hahahaha. To my light. I love you.”
Check out this adorableness for yourselves:
It’s not easy out there for a Hollywood couple. Every day, it seems like our favorite A-listers are splitting up, cheating on each other, or going through nasty divorces. Channing and Jenna have been married since 2009, and they seem genuinely happy — whether it’s cracking each other up on Lip Sync Battle like they did a few weeks ago, or sharing photos and details of their adorable and fun home life with two-year-old daughter Everly. They’ve got that “it” factor that seems to help Hollywood couples go the distance.
Marriage is hard work no matter who you are. It’s hard to feel romantic and lovey-dovey when you’re bogged down in the day to day minutiae and wishing a certain spouse of yours would stop throwing his damn socks on the floor four inches away from the hamper. Ahem. Channing’s sweet post and his carefree relationship with Jenna are good reminders that it’s important to make time to appreciate each other and have fun together. You have to be able to look at one another and still see a “magical creature” — even if 90 percent of the time you both actually feel like exhausted swamp creatures.
Us mere mortals might not be able to dance like Channing and Jenna, or look nearly as good in photos, but we can still find small ways to let each other know the love is there.
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