Pregnant Megan Fox Still Divorcing Baby’s Father, Brian Austin Green

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Pregnant Megan Fox is still going through with her divorce from Brian Austin Green. The pair are currently separated, but are still said to be “close.”

TMZ reports that Brian is the father of Megan’s baby, but plans to end their marriage are still in play. Sources tell the celebrity gossip site that pregnancy just “kind of happened” and that it was unplanned. Megan Fox filed legal documents last August, but the pair have remained “close” regardless of their separation.

Megan and Brian are parents to two sons – 3 and 2-and-a-half-years-old.

According to People, the couple were seen out together on Tuesday afternoon. A source informs them that Megan and Brian “never stopped loving each other and they will never stop being devoted parents to their boys.”

The pregnancy came as a surprise for the couple who are “very excited.” Contrary to TMZ’s report, another source informs People that the two are “continuing to work on their marriage and are living together again,” a second source confirmed.

Fox filed divorce papers last summer after five years of marriage, and 11 years together.

“The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” star revealed her pregnancy on the red carpet at CinemaCon in Las Vegas on Monday. She wore a form-fitting Versace dress that showed her growing baby bump.


A photo posted by Megan Fox (@the_native_tiger) on Apr 12, 2016 at 12:47pm PDT

With all of the rumors swirling around over who the father of Megan’s baby is, the actress herself put speculations to rest by posting an Instagram message with the hashtag #notthefather. She added a touch of humor to a collage of photos of her standing alongside “Tansformers’” Shia LaBeouf, “New Girl’s” Jake Johnson, and “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’” Will Arnett.

Arnett spoke with Entertainment Tonight, joking: “She said I’m not the father? That’s a big surprise to me.”

What do you think of pregnant Megan Fox having a baby in the middle of a divorce from the child’s father?

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