What a mood! Jenna Dewan took to Instagram on Monday, July 1, to flaunt her incredible figure in a teal bikini. Clearly, we’re so here for her confidence.
The actress struck a pose with both hands in the air as she posed at the beach. “Bring it summer,” she captioned the sexy photo. We see you, girl!
The Step Up alum seems to be in a really happy place these days after a year of highs and lows. In April 2018, she announced her split from husband, Channing Tatum, after nine years of marriage. But thankfully, their divorce seemed amicable and they were also able to reach a custody agreement for their daughter, Everly. Now, Jenna seems happy and she’s even found love again with her new boyfriend, Steve Kazee.
Though they’ve only been dating for roughly eight months, it seems like Jenna and the Tony Award-winning actor, 43, are pretty serious about each other. “Things are going so well that they’re already living together,” a source exclusively told Life & Style in March. “He’s great with Everly and that’s encouraging to Jenna, who’d like a couple more kids when the time’s right.”
“She’s looking forward to the future and getting married again,” the insider added. “Steve’s got all the qualities she needs in a partner and he’s super sensitive and sweet.”
On the other hand, Channing, 39, and his current girlfriend, Jessie J, are also going strong. “He’s totally consumed by this love affair and wants to be with Jessie 24/7,” a second source revealed to Life & Style. “They’ll spend the whole day in bed together, oblivious that there’s a world out there.”
“He doesn’t have to hunt for work, so he may as well enjoy his time with the love of his life,” they continued. “He’s obsessed with Jessie and that’s all that seems to matter to him at the moment.”
When it comes to Jenna’s relationship with Channing, they are cordial and doing their best to make the transition easy for their 6-year-old. “Channing and Jenna are on the same page about not sending mixed signals to their daughter, but also letting her see that mommy and daddy get along and have new, special friends in their lives,” a third source revealed.
That’s some good parenting!