Good News! Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green Will Likely Postpone Their...

Good News! Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green Will Likely Postpone Their Divorce Now That Baby No. 3 Is on the Way


The Versace-clad star of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Darkness debuted an unmistakable baby bump night. Megan did not openly address her pregnancy in while fielding questions or red carpet interviews during the panel discussion. However, multiple sources later confirmed to E!

Megan is in her second trimester, according to an insider.

The pregnancy of the New Girl guest star took many fans by surprise, given that she filed for divorce in August, together with the date of separation recorded as June 15. Megan mentioned “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for the break and requested joint physical and legal custody of their two sons, Noah Green, 3, and Bodhi Green, 2. (Brian also has a son, Kassius Green, 14, from a past relationship.) Jointly since 2004 (and married since 2010), Megan and Brian continued to spend some time together post-split, though neither celebrity ever said if they were rekindling their romance. Yet, based on the insider, their divorce “will probably be put on hold for a while.” “This pregnancy wasn’t planned, but when they found out they were incredibly happy.”

News completely. “They are working extremely hard to be jointly and one unit—not only for their kids, but additionally for each other. They have been looking forward for the coming of the new infant.” And Megan knows she can rely on Brian, who is “been a great partner and dad.”Motherhood has been Megan’s finest character to date, and she takes it very seriously. By way of example, she told E! News’ Marc Malkin she limits the quantity of media her lads consume. “Noah is too young and I make an effort to keep them from television and films for the most part. I think any type of screen—whether it’s television, iPad or iPhone—is truly poor for his or her brain growth, therefore I attempt to remove that from their lives and I also wish to deter them from ever being on social media because I believe that it’s harmful to your child’s self-esteem,” she said. “I have a lot of opinions on this.”

“I do let them see Pixar movies,” she confessed. “We do stuff like this. We watch Peter Pan together. They have no idea what I do. They will be told by somebody at their school eventually, but it won’t mean anything because they have been around it their entire lives, so they will be like, ‘OK. I am still embarrassed of my mother.'”