The couple, who already have 17-month-old daughter Everly, were going to wait to expand their family, but may change their plans in the wake of the news that the brunette beauty’s TV series, ‘Witches of East End,’ has been axed by Lifetime.
Speaking about their baby plans, shortly before the show was cancelled, the ‘Foxcatcher’ star said: “I don’t think very, very soon, but it really depends if Jenna’s show gets picked up for a third season. Then we would probably wait.”
The 34-year-old star also revealed he wants to leave Los Angeles and move to nearby Ojai, California, but Jenna is hesitant.
He told The Hollywood Reporter: “I would be immensely happy. I just love the country.”
It’s no surprise Channing is seeking a quieter life, as he admitted he currently struggles to juggle his family and career.
He said: “There’s not enough hours in the day. I can’t schedule my life and give my daughter all the time that I want to give her and also my wife and all the creative stuff. You can’t really physically be fully present — mentally, spiritually. And that’s my struggle: putting things in perspective [and] being there for everything.”