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Megan Fox: 'Film sets are dangerous places for children'

Published 09/12/2015

Megan Fox
Megan Fox

Megan Fox can't believe how quickly her little boys are growing up.

Actress Megan Fox refuses to bring her children to the set when she's working, after her eldest son bust his lip during a previous visit.

The 29-year-old shares boys Noah Shannon, three, and Bodhi Ransom, 22 months, with estranged husband Brian Austin Green, and while she loves spending time with them, they are no longer allowed to come to work with her.

"I took Noah for the first time when he was two to the set of (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)," Megan told People magazine. "It's a dangerous place for kids. He tripped over a wire and busted open his lip, so I've never brought my kids back to set."

However Noah is quickly growing into a chivalrous young man, with Megan relaying a sweet story to the outlet.

"Once, he grabbed my hand and he said, 'Mommy, I'm going to hold your hand so that I can help you if you ever fall down,'" she recalled. "He was two when he said that. (He) is just growing up really fast.

"Yesterday, he was like, 'Mommy, I'm your baby?' And I said, 'Yeah.' And he said, 'But this baby is growing up.' I was like, 'Woah. Yeah,'" she added.

This Christmas will be the first Megan spends as a single parent, having split from the boys' father, Brian, in August (15), citing "irreconcilable differences" in divorce papers.

The New Girl star won't be melancholy over the holidays though, as she plans to go all out to make it extra special for her little ones.

"(I'm) big into Christmas (and I'm) going to do all sorts of Disneyland, Disney on Ice, Trans-Siberian Orchestra (trips to) really gear up for that day," she said.

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