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Megan Fox's baby son Journey makes his social media debut

Published 27/10/2016

Megan Fox
Megan Fox

The Transformers actress was seen laying on a bed with her gorgeous baby boy for the sweet selfie.

Megan Fox has delighted fans with the first snap of son Journey River almost three months after his birth.

The actress gave birth to the tot on 4 August (16) and had kept him off of social media - until now. On Wednesday (26Oct16), Megan shared a picture of herself with Journey, with both laying down on a bed as they look into the camera for the sweet selfie.

The 30-year-old Transformers beauty looks glowing in the picture, and appears to be wearing a floral dress or robe, while Journey is relaxing in just a diaper.

Sharing the picture on Instagram, Megan opted to leave the picture caption free, but fans were quick to comment on the "cute" new addition to the actress' family.

Journey is the third child for Megan and husband Brian Austin Green, who are also parents to four-year-old Noah and two-year-old Bodhi

Megan surprised fans with her pregnancy news in April (16), when she debuted her baby bump at a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows event in Las Vegas, months after filing for divorce from Green.

The couple has since reconciled and the new mum revealed she and Brian decided to give their marriage another go during a romantic vacation to Hawaii, where they tied the knot in 2010, shortly after going public with her baby news.

Megan recently admitted she didn't plan to have another child so soon, especially as her eldest two boys are so close in age.

"I knew I was always going to be a mother - I felt like that was always a big part of my path," she told U.S. talk show host Chelsea Handler, before admitting, "I never knew I was going to have three in such rapid succession."

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