Megan Fox’s Kids Adorably Overwrite Her Video Interview on “Today” Show



It certainly looks like Megan Fox can relate to many other working from home parents.

During her remote interview with “Today” on Monday, the “Transformers” star was adorably photographed by her children, who were not so subtly crawling in the background. Fox and her ex-husband Brian Austin Green share three children: Noah, 8; Bodhi, 7 years old; and Travel, 4.

About a minute into the interview on her upcoming horror film “Till Death”, host Jenna Bush Hager pointed out that “we saw one of your kids running around in the background.”

“Here’s another one now,” Fox added, as her 4-year-old wandered the frame. “Travel, you have to crawl! “

Throughout the interview, Fox held back from laughing as his children crawled into the living room, where Fox said he fell asleep watching a movie the night before.

“They just woke up,” Fox said of his children. “It’s 7:30 here, so they woke up a few minutes ago, and that’s exactly what it is. You just have to turn it on.”

The actress also spoke of watching her kids grow old, saying she wished she could “get them all back to that 2 and 3 year period” for one day.

“I actually have a lot of trouble with it. I cry about them all the time, because they grow up so fast,” she said. “My phone will send me pictures of them when they were younger, and it’s hard to watch. It’s painful to love something so much. But I have three boys. They’re hilarious. They don’t. ‘not listening at all. “

She continued, “I also feel like no matter how committed you are or how hard you tried back then, you always look back and you’re like, ‘I could have been more present. “or” I hope I was grateful for this while I was at that time, because I will never recover that moment. ‘”

“Hollywood is not suitable for women”: Megan Fox shares the ‘pressure’ of being a working mom

Fox has also spoken candidly about the media attention his relationship with rapper Machine Gun Kelly has received.

“It’s not better when everything you’re doing is in the headlines or people know every time you leave your house, but so far it’s been fine,” she said. “Life is just a series of moments, so I really try to enjoy this moment and live in it and be happy with it.”

During her appearance on “The Kelly Clarkson Show” in May, Fox spoke of being a mother in the entertainment industry, calling Hollywood’s attitude towards motherhood “ruthless.”

“Hollywood is not for women and we have lives and are mothers,” she told Clarkson.

The actress added that the entertainment industry can be tough before and after having a child.

“As an actor, it’s just very ruthless because you can’t be in front of the camera once you’ve passed a certain stage of pregnancy,” she said. “Once you have the baby, it’s like, ‘OK, you’re going to have to leave to breastfeed every two hours and it’s costing us money and insurance.'”

Contribution: Elise Brisco


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