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Tuesday 6 October 2015

Megan Fox feeling 'fragile'

Published 28/12/2012

Megan Fox
Megan Fox

Megan Fox is still feeling "fragile" following the birth of her son.

The actress welcomed her first child, Noah, into the world at the end of September this year.

The 26-year-old star has previously spoken about the tough pregnancy and the traumatic labour she experienced.

Megan still hasn't regained her full strength following the ordeal, which means losing her baby weight will be a slower process than she'd anticipated.

"I can't work out yet because my body is still too fragile," Megan told Us Weekly. "I try to eat whatever I want, but I don't eat any dairy, and I guess that's the biggest diet tip. Try and stay away from dairy - especially if you're a woman! It's really hard on your hormones."

Despite suffering a complicated pregnancy, Megan hasn't been put off having more children in the future.

"I want a big family," she revealed. "I definitely want to have a couple more kids."

She continued to explain that one of the reasons loves being a mother is her supportive husband Brian Austin Green. Brian already had a child from a previous relationship when the pair got together, and so was able to offer Megan the reassurance she needed.

"[Brian is] an amazing dad," the star added. "He does anything that I can't do at the moment because I'm too tired. Whatever's going on, he does. He's with the baby right now. He's the perfect daddy."

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