JESSIE J revealed that after eight months of dating, she met Channing Tatum's daughter Everly.
The 31-year-old singer, who recently talked about her fertility issues, saw the Magic Mike star in October 2018, after separating from Jenna Dewan in April of the same year.
When Jessie talked to The Times, she was asked if it was difficult for her to meet Chan's child for the first time, and she insisted, "God, no, she's only six and she's absolutely adorable."
One month after their first marriage, the 39-year-old star with his daughter was spotted at Jessie's concert at the Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles.
Aside from discussing the star's daughter, the price-tag hitmaker announced that she "prays" that she will have children, even though the doctors said four years ago that she naturally could not have children.
Asked if she would consider other options, she said, "On some days, it seems possible that I have children and not others, and I have to accept that becoming a mother will be a struggle."
"Oh yes, maybe I even go the adoption route or even surrogate motherhood, I pray I have children naturally, but if not, I'll die with it, basically I still hope, some days, it seems possible to me his." I have to accept that becoming a mother will be a struggle. "
The Voice Kids UK trainer talked about her infertility issues last November on the stage at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
Before Jessie performed her song Four Letter Word, she said to the crowd, "Four years ago, I was told that I could not have children, and it's alright, I'll have kids, trust me.
"When the doctor told me, my reaction was:" Oh, no! & # 39;
He added, "And I do not say compassion to you, I am one of the millions of women and men who have gone through and going through this, and it can not become something that defines us.
"But I wanted to write this song for myself in my moment of pain and sadness, but also to give me pleasure and to give other people something they can hear at that moment, when it gets really hard."
Jessie's comments come after she told Dan Wootton of The Sun how she fights her medical diagnosis – and is determined that the couple has their own family.
After Molly-Mae's kick in the groin, Sherif of Love Island was pulled out of his pocket for a nasty joke
Katie Price MIMES & mother dances to new song at the start of the pool party
Holly & Phil's screen laughs at mask rivalry for usurping him on Mag & # 39;
Emily Atack had a red face after an intimate image of her had leaked into bed with Seann Walsh
LOAD OF BOTOX
Surgery expert trashes Carol Vorderman's claim that she's the old front
She said, "I was told, you'll need a hysterectomy." And I declined and said, "I'll do it and it'll be fine."
"I was told that I can not have children, do I believe that? No. Do I believe I will have children? Yes, do I believe in miracles? Yes, I believe in energy, I believe in spiritual healing, I believe Diet, I believe in nonconformist medicine.
"And I've been on a mission ever since and I'm still on a mission to make that happen, whether it's natural or a surrogate mother or an adoption."
Do you have a story? E-mail email@example.com or call us directly at 02077824220.
We also pay for videos, Click here to upload yours.