Channing Tatum and Amber Heard are apparently growing closer and closer during the filming of Magic Mike XXL, and their relationship is beginning to concern their partners.
The 28-year-old actress and 34-year-old actor are currently shooting down in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. And according to various reports, the duo have developed a close camaraderie during this time, and they’re even believed to have been spotted cozying up while on set.
According to OK! Magazine [via Hollywood Life], eyewitnesses and onlookers have declared that their relationship has become so obvious that when Channing’s wife, Jenna Dewan Tatum, arrived on set to catch up with her husband, things became incredibly awkward.
But Jenna Dewan Tatum isn’t the only one who is concerned by Channing and Amber Heard’s burgeoning relationship. Heard is currently engaged to 51-year-old actor Johnny Depp.
A source went on to explain that Heard and Tatum“were noticeably flirty” and “everybody saw it.” They then went on to add that their flirting has become so frequent that Jenna noticed it on set and the insider went on to announce, “You could feel the tension when Jenna visited the set.”
In order to try and combat the growing infatuation between the pair, Jenna Dewan Tatum has even started to bring Channing’s 1-year-old daughter, Everleigh, to the shoot on a frequent basis.
According to People [via International Business Times], Channing Tatum heaped praise upon Jenna, who he met while filming Step Up, at the recent premiere for Foxcatcher and even described her as his rock.
“She keeps us all sane. Jenna puts everything in perspective for me, always. I’ll find myself spinning out or angry or whatever, or even happy, and she always somehow ends up right the ship. I just want to have that, more of that, more time with the family.”
As The Inquisitr reported last week, Channing Tatum rubbished reports that he and Jenna were on the brink of a $50 million divorce. He insisted that it had all been fabricated, before he admitted that he does struggle to juggle his family life and career at times.
“It’s all bulls***. These people just [make it up]. Some of our family members don’t see [it’s not true], and they read a stupid thing and don’t understand it’s a tabloid. I can’t schedule my life and give my daughter all the time that I want to give her and also my wife and all the creative stuff. You can’t really physically be fully present — mentally, spiritually. And that’s my struggle: putting things in perspective [and] being there for everything.”
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