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Pregnant Jenna Dewan Celebrates 'Angel Baby' Son Callum's 4th Birthday: 'You Light Up Our Lives Every Day'

The actress, who is currently pregnant with her third baby, is mom to Callum and daughter Everly

<p>jenna dewan/Instagram</p> Jenna Dewan celebrates son Callum

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Jenna Dewan celebrates son Callum's birthday.

Jenna Dewan's little guy is celebrating another year older!

On Wednesday, the Rookie actress, who is currently pregnant with her third baby, shared a series of photos to her Instagram in celebration of her son Callum's 4th birthday. The proud mom included photos of her son from throughout the years, including a sweet photo of Dewan holding Callum postpartum.

She also included more recent photos and videos, including one with daughter Everly, 10, whom Dewan shares with ex Channing Tatum.

"Today, our angel baby made of literal golden light sunshine is turning 4 and there are no words to express the gift that you are to all of us! You light up our lives every day! We love you so so so much baby boy!!!!!" the star wrote in her caption.

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Related: Pregnant Jenna Dewan Bares Her Baby Bump on Set of The Rookie: 'Bring Your Bump to Work Edition'

Dewan shares Callum with fiancé Steve Kazee.

Last month, the mom of two shared a series of photos of her pregnant belly on Instagram as she posed in her dressing room for a mirror selfie. In the first photo, Dewan bared her bump as she wore a two-piece sweat set.

The star also included several other shots of herself from the side and in her underwear as she captured her growing belly throughout her pregnancy journey.

"Bring your bump to work edition," Dewan wrote in the caption.

In a recent interview with Romper, the Step Up alum revealed that she is pregnant with her third baby and opened up about how her pregnancy is different this time than it was when she was expecting her first baby at 32.

"I'm not sure the body necessarily gets right back into action the way it did years ago," she shared. "We'll see."

"I'll report back, but I do think there's a bit of ignorance, this dancer in me that just says, 'OK, well, you just get it done.' I've recovered great every time, but I'm open to whatever happens."

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