Actor Channing Tatum is pampering his pregnant wife with foot rubs as well as special food and drinks.
The "Side Effects" actor and his wife Jenna Dewan-Tatum are expecting their first child later this year.
"Oh man, I'm not even getting into what I do to pamper Jenna. I'm doing anything that she asks for. She jokes to me all the time by saying, 'If I feel good, then the baby feels good or if I'm happy, then the baby is happy.' And I'm like, 'That is such an urban myth. You're just saying that to get me to do everything for you'," dailystar.co.uk quoted Tatum as saying.
"I know it is probably true, but I like to joke about it and she hates it. I'll go to the store to pick up shakes or give her 1000 foot rubs. A foot rub now through the nine months if I have to, just to keep her happy and comfortable," he added.
However, he is a bit worried about changing diapers.
"I have never changed a diaper before, so I may need some help learning," he said.
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