Sienna Miller, Fiance Save Money: Swap Houses with Channing Tatum

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  • Sienna Miller gave birth to a baby girl, Marlowe, over the weekend in London
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    Sienna Miller gave birth to a baby girl, Marlowe, over the weekend in London
By Brittney R. Villalva, Christian Post Reporter
April 7, 2013|9:21 am

Sienna Miller and her fiancé Tom Sturridge were spotted enjoying New York City last week along with Miller's mother. But instead of staying in a fancy hotel, it appears that the three are actually staying in actor Channing Tatum's home.

Miller has swapped the home that she shares with her fiancé in England for a New York City apartment that is owned by Channing Tatum and his wife, Jenna Dewan. Miller lives in the Cotswolds, a more scenic part of England near Oxfordshire.

The arrangement is ideal for Tatum, who is busy filming his sci-fi flick "Jupiter Ascending" in London, according to the Daily Mail. Meanwhile, Miller appeared to enjoy New York. She was spotted on Monday in the West Village holding hands with her mother and her fiancé as the three scoped out brunch spots.

Miller gave birth to daughter Marlowe last July. She was also spotted in New York pushing a stroller along, according to Pop Sugar. Sturridge, who is working on a new play with Alec Baldwin called "Orphans," appeared busy.

But on Wednesday the couple returned to the West Village for alone time according to the Daily Mail. The couple appeared close to each other and walked either hand in hand or arm in arm while looking for a place to share lunch. Miller wore a beige top with a golden beige sweater, black pants, a beige purse, and leopard print flats. Sturridge went for a more casual look with a gray shirt and matching gray beanie paired with black pants.

Miller has previously stated that she would be taking a break from acting in order to spend a little more time on motherhood.

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