Channing Tatum, Jenna Dewan-Tatum

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Channing Tatum and wife Jenna Dewan looking to give their only child, 2-year-old daughter Everly, a little brother or sister anytime soon?

Dewan-Tatum, 34, spoke to E! News on Saturday about her husband, who she called an "amazing father," and their family plans.

"Yeah, yeah!" she said, when asked about having more children. "I don't know when, but we definitely want to."

Accompanied by the 35-year-old actor and wearing a white cut-out dress with a pencil skirt, Dewan-Tatum made her comments at the 5th annual Celebration of Dance Gala, presented by the Dizzy Feet Foundation, at Club Nokia in Los Angeles, where the actress and dancer and choreographer Travis Wall performed a routine set to "Make It Rain" by Ed Sheeran.

Wall told E! News the two were asked to perform their dance on the So You Think You Can Dance? season 12 finale.

Jenna Dewan Tatum, Travis Wall

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In 2013, months after the couple's daughter was born, Dewan-Tatum had told E! News that she wants more kids "maybe a little bit later."

In a recent Vanity Fair interview, Tatum had called his wife "a super mom."

"It made me feel really, really good," Dewan-Tatum told E! News at the Celebration of Dance Gala. "I love our daughter so much, she is literally the light of my life. I am with her all the time. It is the source in everything that life is about to me, so to have him say that is really sweet!"

The couple met on the set of the 2006 dance movie Step Up. Dewan-Tatum said Everly has already "got some moves" herself.

"She's got a good ten moves she does over and over," she said. "Right now, she can't get enough of that Ed Sheeran 'Thinking Out Loud' video, so she says, 'Mommy, Mommy slow dance,' and puts her arms up and sways like they do in the video. She definitely loves it."

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