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7-month-old Everly Tatum eats vegetarian just like her mom, Jenna Dewan-Tatum7-month-old Everly Tatum eats vegetarian just like her mom, Jenna Dewan-Tatum

Baby Everly is Vegetarian Just Like Mom, Jenna Dewan-Tatum

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Seven-month-old Everly, the first child born to Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan-Tatum is being raised to follow in mom’s footsteps rather than dad’s.

The 33-year-old actress is raising her daughter as a vegetarian until she is old enough to make her own dietary decisions.

”She eats fruits and veggies and nothing else,” Dewan-Tatum told People.com. “I just want her to be healthy, choose healthy food habits. We’ll let her decide.”

The “Witches of East End” star has credited her amazing post-baby weight loss – 33 lbs. in just 7 weeks – to her healthy vegan diet, as well as breastfeeding.

The new mom is also a huge supporter of PETA. In 2010, Dewan-Tatum posed in an ad campaign protesting the use of accessories made from animal skins. She also teamed up with the animal rights organization earlier this year to fight Global Captive Breeders, a California facility accused of neglecting and grossly mistreating more than 18,000 animals.

Her husband, however, does not plan on giving up meat anytime soon.

”We are complete polar opposites that way,” she said. “Sometimes I can drag him to my vegetarian/vegan restaurants – he politely eats, then promptly goes home and eats what he really wants! Opposites attract!”

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