Let him eat cake! Megan Fox says that’s Brian Austin Green’s idea of a good Father’s Day.
The actress, who is currently pregnant with her third child, recently admitted that she doesn’t have any big plans for the upcoming holiday, except to possibly allow Green a rare sweet treat.
“He never gets to eat anything fun because my house is so clean and I make him eat really clean, too, so maybe I’ll get him a German chocolate cake or something,” Fox told Extra. “He’ll be so happy to see junk food.”
Fox filed for divorce from Green in August 2015, but eight months later announced that she was pregnant with their third child. The couple has stayed mum about the status of the divorce proceedings since announcing Fox’s pregnancy, and for now, it seems that Fox is just enjoying being pregnant.
“I feel great. I love being pregnant … a lot of women don’t feel that way,” said Fox, who is already a mom to 3-year-old Noah and 2-year-old Bodhi. “It is really uncomfortable, by the way, it is painful at parts, but I feel the overall process is an amazing one.”
Fox, whose new film "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows" hits theaters on June 3, counts her pregnancy as a big accomplishment.
“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, so I can’t wait to meet this new member of my family,” she added.
Fox says that becoming a mom has made her more carefully examine the types of acting roles she takes. With two young boys at home and another child on the way, Fox has become more conscious of how the characters she portrays onscreen will eventually affect her little ones.
“People say … you’re 30 now and a mom and you don’t want to be a sex symbol, and that’s not what I said,” Fox said. “I don’t want [my kids] to see me, as a woman, play a character that’s degrading or being abused in a graphic way. I don’t think that’s something they’ll be able to process well. My particular kids [are] very sensitive.”
While Fox says she’s happy with how "TMNT" Out of the Shadows' turned out, she won’t be allowing her boys to watch the film.
“I don’t know when they’ll psychologically be able to understand that movies aren’t reality,” Fox said. “When they are, then they can watch a movie that I’m in.”