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Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green 'split'

Published 19/08/2015

Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green
Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green

Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green have reportedly called time on their marriage.

The couple had been together for 11 years, with their romance beginning when she was 18 and he was 30 years old. They got engaged in 2006 but called things off in 2009, before planning to wed again in 2010 and marrying the same year.

But it appears Megan and Brian - who have sons Noah, two, and 18-month-old Bodhi together - have been on the rocks for a while, as Us Weekly reports they decided to call things quits half a year ago.

“Megan has separated from Brian," an insider said. “They decided on it six months ago.”

The pair were last spotted out together on June 9, having lunch in Beverly Hills, and neither has commented on the claims yet.

They met on ABC sitcom Hope & Faith, which Megan starred in from 2004 until 2006 and Brian guest-starred on, and the actress described their meeting as "magic".

However in 2009 Megan commented that 23 was too young to get married, before her beau re-proposed the following year. They tied the knot just 24 days after the second proposal in Hawaii.

The pair have been open about their marriage since, and the brunette beauty even admitted last year that they struggle to find alone time together.

"Brian doesn't get any intimacy whatsoever," she told ET in August 2014, adding that because Noah shares the bed with them, there's "really no way" anything happens beneath the sheets.

This isn't Brian's first public split; he dated his Beverly Hills, 90210 co-star Tiffani Thiessen in the 90s, followed by his other female colleague Vanessa Marcil, who he has son Kassius, 13, with.

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