Can I just go ahead and call it right now that Channing and Jenna Dewan Tatum’s daughter Everly is gonna be the next big thing? At just 4 years old, she’s already proving to be a bit of a spitfire — as evidenced by the time her parents tried to show her their first movie, Step Up, and she turned it off after 10 seconds and demanded “a real movie.” And now, thanks to a hilarious Instagram post shared by her mom, it appears she’s not just fiery and opinionated, but also happens to be a budding creative, just like her parents.
Armed with what can only be described as an incredible makeup palette — or perhaps a winning supply of glittery face paints — the famous 4-year-old took to her mama’s face over the weekend like an artist takes to a blank canvas. And the results were … well, as you might imagine they’d be when you let a 4-year-old go wild.
“Evie just might take over the beauty industry one day,” her mom wrote in the caption. “Her finest work I dare say.”
I dare say, too.
If that’s not a true work of art, I’m not sure what is.
Both of Evie’s parents have gushed about their precocious 4-year-old before, with Dewan Tatum even sharing how they brought their only child along on their eighth wedding anniversary earlier this summer — at a wilderness camp in Michigan. (Yeah, I know — not exactly where you’d expect to find two of Hollywood’s biggest stars vacationing.)
At first, Evie was NOT a fan.
“The first two days she was like, OK, you know we were in a cabin on the lake with really nothing for her to do,” Dewan Tatum shared on Live! with Kelly and Ryan. “Then we found they had a wilderness camp for kids. They went camping, learning how to make smores, fishing, sailing. She played baseball with pinecones.”
The famous couple’s only child has pretty much remained the apple of her parents’ eyes since she first arrived four years ago, with Channing even penning a viral essay in Cosmo last year about how he hopes to raise a daughter who is strong in her convictions and never afraid to be herself.
“My highest hope for her is just that she has the fearlessness to always be her authentic self,” Channing wrote at the time, “no matter what she thinks men want her to be.”
Is it possible to be any more obsessed with this sweet little family? I’m honestly not sure.