Channing Tatum, 43, and Zoë Kravitz, 34, have kept their relationship under wraps ever since the rumors swirled that they started dating back in 2021. Recently, the pair were spotted visiting a lemonade stand (run by Tatum’s daughter) and attending Jack Antonoff and Margaret Qualley’s wedding. But earlier this week, the couple made a rare public appearance together at the Kering Foundation Caring for Woman Dinner.
Channing Tatum and Zoë Kravitz Make Rare Public Appearance Together
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The Kering Foundation is an organization dedicated to ending violence against women by supporting survivor-centered services, mobilizing networks and promoting gender equality among the youth.
This was the second annual Caring for Women Dinner hosted by the org, where the theme of the evening was “strength in numbers.” According to WWD, the event was hosted by Lisa Ling and co-chaired by Salma Hayek Pinault, François-Henri Pinault, Cindy Sherman, Christy Turlington Burns, Olivia Wilde, Oprah Winfrey, Zoë Kravitz and Malala Yousafzai. (Talk about a who’s who of powerful women in the world.)
As one of the hosts, Kravitz brought Tatum along as her date. Although the two weren't pictured together on the red carpet, they were seen sitting next to each other during the dinner.
Meanwhile, a few photos from the elegant evening captured the Hollywood duo talking and laughing with fellow celebs, including Tracee Ellis Ross, Julia Garner and Bethann Hardison.
It was first theorized that Tatum and Kravitz had started dating when she cast him in her upcoming film, Pussy Island, in 2021 (according to People).
Since then, the pair have been spotted on numerous dates, wearing matching Halloween costumes and even leaving the Met Gala together. They have talked about each other in interviews, but they often keep their answers vague.
We love spotting these two on a date night.
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