The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle actress took to Instagram with a throwback picture of husband Brian Austin Green, conveying a special message.
Megan Fox shared a snap of her once-estranged husband, who was styled in the 90s trend with the triple hoop earrings, from Brian’s Beverly Hills 90210 days dubbing the actor her "Man Crush Monday." She captioned the photo, "Thank you for donating your DNA to the shared dream of birthing our own colony of teen heartthrobs. #mcm #colonymission."
Megan Fox and Brian Austin got married in 2010
The couple first met on the set of the ABC’s Hope & Faith in 2004 and had been together since then. The pair got engaged in 2006 but called it off in 2009. They gave their relationship another go in 2010, and the two exchanged the wedding vows in Hawaii on June 24 the same year.
After years of togetherness, the Transformer actress filed for divorce in 2015 citing irreconcilable differences. However, the two have had their divorce in halt after Megan Fox got pregnant with their third child in 2016.
A source shared, "Brian and Megan been working on themselves as individuals and things have gotten better between them as a couple. They have been getting along great. They are best friends and know each other very well."
The insider also added, "They admire each other on how they are as parents and are looking forward to bringing their third child into this world. Megan's favorite thing is being a mom and spending time with her family."
As of now, the pair is parents to their three sons, Noah Shannon Green, Bodhi Ransom Green, and Journey River Green.
After entering into the parenthood, the couple hasn’t disclosed much about their life surrounded in the households. But back in 2014, the Hollywood beauty divulged about her family and said, "I love our family—I have a little football team that's going to take care of me."
She added, "I like being around boys and being the center of attention in my family because I'm the matriarch, the queen bee. My husband is the sensitive type, he's not macho. And I'm going to raise our boys like that: sensitive, sweet, chivalrous types."