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Megan Fox 'rethinks' divorce plans

Published 06/05/2016

Megan Fox, Brian Austin Green
Megan Fox, Brian Austin Green

Brian Austin Green is reportedly pulling out all the stops to try and convince estranged wife Megan Fox to call of their divorce.

Megan Fox is apparently rethinking her plans to divorce estranged husband Brian Austin Green.

The actors wed in 2010, and went on to have sons Noah, three and Bodhi, two, together.

After announcing the end of their marriage in August (15), Megan surprised fans when she debuted a baby bump earlier this year (16), and confirmed Brian as the father.

They’ve since been spotted out together, and recently holidayed in Hualalai, Hawaii, the location of their wedding six years ago.

“Brian has done everything to try and convince her otherwise,” a source told Us Weekly of the divorce.

“Brian seemed to be mostly listening while she spoke. Megan is coming around. She hasn’t called off the divorce yet but it’s heading in that direction. They’re both excited about the new baby and having it together.”

While some reports have confirmed the 29-year-old actress and Brian, 42, are back together, the insider tells Us Weekly the pair aren’t quite at that point: "They are still figuring things out."

Speaking about the pregnancy, Brian admitted the new arrival wasn’t planned. "You know, nothing is planned,” he told “None of them (the children) are ever planned. You kind of just go with it. At my age, to be having three babies is crazy. I’ll be 43 this year.”

Megan first set tongues wagging after revealing her baby bump in a tight dress as she promoted new flick Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows at CinemaCon in Las Vegas in April, but she didn't reveal who the father was straight away.

The actress addressed the 'who’s the daddy' furore when she posted a collage of photos to Instagram of her with her Transformers co-star Shia LaBeouf, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles star Will Arnett and New Girl actor Jake Johnson.

“#notthefather” she teased.

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