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Jenna Dewan & Steve Kazee’s Newborn’s Cryptic Name

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All our favorite Hollywood couples have broken off left and right. Anna Faris and Chris Pratt, Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth, to name a few. And then Jenna Dewan and Channing Tatum. Every 2000s kid knew the Step Up couple and shipped them together. However, their divorce after being together for nine years came as a shock to all us Step Up fans. Which made it really hard to ship Jenna Dewan with her new sweetheart, Steve Kazee.

But as their relationship slowly progressed and things started getting serious, we couldn’t help but be happy for the two lovebirds. The pair that started dating in 2019, soon also announced that they were expecting. And it wasn’t long after that Steve popped the question.

Jenna Dewan gave birth to a beautiful baby boy with fiance Steve Kazee on March 6. This is her second child, as she shares a 6-year-old daughter with ex husband, Channing Tatum.

She took to social media to announce they had welcomed a baby boy named Callum Michael Rebel Kazee.


Jenna Dewan & Fiance Reveal Hidden Meaning Behind Baby’s Name

Jenna Dewan’s fiance and baby daddy, Steve Kazee took to Instagram to explain the hidden meaning behind their son’s lengthy name.

“We’ve had lots of questions about the name we choose for the little peanut so figured I would share a few things…” Kazee began. The couple chose Callum as his first name since it means “Gaelic for dove.” “He has been so sweet and peaceful since landing in our arms,” Steve wrote. “Michael” is because now the father and son duo share the same name. With “Rebel,” “I wanted a way to honor my mother,” Steve Kazee said. “Her name was Reba but from a very young age her father called her Rebel.”

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