It’s again the Megan Fox era. After her appearance with her fiance, Machine Gun Kelly at the Super Bowl Sunday, things are not going well between the hot celebrity couples.
Rumors of a split are in the air as Jennifer’s Body actress posts some cryptic posts on her official Instagram prior to completely deleting the account.
It was in June 2020, the duo went public about their relationship, and by early 2022, the actress announced that the two were engaged.
As a couple, they have created a huge buzz over the internet every single time they make any public appearance or post something on social media platforms.
But this time, things seem a little out of hand as there are rumors of their split everywhere. Anyways, let’s just leave the couple alone as they find a solution to the rumors in the air.
Megan Fox’s Career And Family Life
Megan Denise Fox, the Transformers star was born in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, U.S. on May 16, 1986, and commenced her acting career in 2001. She debuted in the romantic comedy Holiday in the Sun and from there on she never had to turn back.
With her great acting skills, she acquired both fame and fortune. Prior to her dating life with MGK, she had a beautiful married life with the American actor, rapper, television personality, and podcaster, Brian Austin Green. The couple were together for more than a decade and share three cute sons.
Fox and Green started dating in 2004 after they met on the sets of the American television sitcom, Hope & Faith. At the time, Green was 30 and Fox was just 18.
During interviews, Fox revealed that it was she who convinced Green into the relationship. According to her, Green was initially very hesitant to get into a relationship with Fox since she was very young.
She said that she convinced him stating that she is barely more responsible and well-spoken. She even said to him that she had other things to bring to the table besides being 18.
Anyways, her efforts were fruitful and the duo got engaged in November 2006, but it didn’t last much.
The love story of Megan Fox and Brian Green was more contrary to that of a fairy tale. Although their story had a beautiful beginning, it was more of an on-and-off kind of relationship.
The couple who got engaged in earlier 2006, called off their engagement in 2009. But soon later it was reported that the couple rekindled their love and got engaged in June 2010 and by twenty fourth of the same month, the duo got married in a private ceremony at the Four Seasons Resort on Maui.
The couple shared three sons who were born consecutively in 2012, 2014, and 2016. The first son, Noah was born in September 2012, nearly after two years of marriage.
The news of the arrival of their newborn was announced by the Jonah Hex actress through Facebook. She stated that the couple was humbled by their new gift, a newborn beautiful soul. She even added her gratitude towards God who allowed her to experience boundless immaculate love.
A year later, the couple was expecting their second baby together. Their son, Bodhi was born in February 2014. Although they were good parents, they had some issues continuing their life together as husband and wife.
As a result, the couple filed for divorce in August 2015 after announcing their separation publicly. But, something somewhere doesn’t want their story to end like this.
In 2016, the couple rekindled and were expecting a third baby. The couple got a second chance and as a result, Fox filed to dismiss the divorce in Los Angeles, California.
Later in 2020, Green opened up that they are separating after a decade into marriage and filed a divorce citing irreconcilable differences. In November of the same year, Fox applied for a divorce and it was finalized in October 2021.
Other than her three kids with Green, she is also a stepmother to Green’s son whom he had with his ex and Beverly Hills, 90210 castmate Vanessa Marcil. Also, while in a relationship with MGK, she was also a stepmother to his daughter in the previous relationship.
After Green’s divorce from Megan Fox, he started dating professional dancer Sharna Burgess with whom he shares a son, born on June 28, 2022.
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