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Happy birthday, Jenna Dewan-Tatum! She’s one of the luckiest women in all of Hollywood and, let’s face it, one of the most envied. For more than four years, Jenna has been married to hearthrob Channing Tatum and this June, the couple welcomed their first child, an adorable little girl named Everly.

Today — Tuesday, December 3, 2013 — the new mom turns 33 years old. And just look how little she’s changed over the years. On the left is a photo of Jenna at the premiere of her film Step Up. The professional dancer co-starred with Channing in the 2006 film. They met, fell in love, and were married three years later.

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Jenna was just 25 at the time of the premiere, but she’s barely changed a lick since then. The hot mama shed her baby weight soon after giving birth to little Everly this summer, a feat she attributes to eating right and working out consistently throughout her pregnancy. “I wish there was a magical secret, but I worked out a lot while I was pregnant,” she told E! News.

When photographers caught up with her in NYC this October, Jenna was looking slim and trim. But how can she have that much energy with a little one at home to take care of? We don’t know how she does it all!

Jenna is currently starring in the Lifetime show Witches of East End, and while she and Channing can’t stop gushing about baby Everly, they aren’t rushing to get started on any brothers and sisters for her quite yet.

“This is kind of the wrong time to ask me when I’m getting four hours of sleep a night,” Jenna joked with E! News. Still, Jenna is madly in love with her little tot, who she describes as “musical,” “happy,” and “dancing around all the time.” Sounds just like her parents!

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Beth Douglass is an Associate Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. She's our resident Glee expert and loves celebrity kids. Follow her on Twitter and Google+!