Megan Fox’s third pregnancy has been quite a journey ― sorry, we promise to never do that again ― but that hasn’t stopped her from sharing the love on social media.
In the cute snap, mother and son lie side-by-side, gazing up at the camera with wide eyes. Fox left the photo sans caption, so we suppose this could be some random person’s child, but, given the family resemblance, it’s safe to say that Journey has made his Instagram debut.
The pair are already parents to 4-year-old Noah Shannon and 2-year-old Bodhi Ransom, as well as Kassius, Green’s son from a previous marriage to “90210” co-star Vanessa Marcil.
Fox revealed her third baby bump at CinemaCon in Las Vegas this past April while promoting her new film, “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows.” The pregnancy came as a surprise to many, as Fox had filed for divorce from Green after five years of marriage (and 11 years as a couple) in 2015.
In the months leading up to pregnancy, Fox and Green were regularly spotted together before officially reconciling in April.
“I love being pregnant, which is, a lot of women don’t feel that way. It is really uncomfortable, by the way. It is painful at parts,” Fox told Extra in May. “I think the overall process is such an amazing one. I feel so productive creating a human person that I’m so excited to meet because I know that I have such a spiritual connection to them, and I can’t wait to meet this new member of my family.”
And, one day, he’ll grow up and conquer social media with bomb posts like the one below ― just like Mom.
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