Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green are 'totally back together' after initially filing for divorce

30 June 2016 / 3 months 4 weeks ago

Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green are allegedly "totally back together", according to a source.

The 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' actress - who filed for a divorce from the 42-year-old actor last August after the pair married in 2010 - has allegedly dissolved plans to split from Brian with whom she has sons Noah, three, and Bodhi, two, and is expecting her third child with. 

Speaking to US Weekly about the couple's relationship, a source said: "They're totally back together.

"They've been through a lot, but this makes more sense for the kids and the new baby." 

And another source confirmed the news: "Megan is coming around. 

"She hasn't called off the divorce just yet."

Meanwhile, it has been reported the two who moved to Malibu, California, - which was decided by their unborn baby who had been telepathically messaging the brunette beauty from inside the womb - are making the most of their time together before their arrival of their child. 

An insider explained: "Now, the recently rekindled pair will focus on rebuilding their family. 

"They recently moved to Malibu together and they've been touring preschools.

"They're trying to get in as much special time as possible."

Although the couple - who were married for five years before splitting last year - are allegedly still "figuring out" their marriage, the mother-of-two's co-stars are rooting for them to get back together and are hopeful they will make their marriage work. 

Speaking previously, Brittany Ishibashi said: "I have a two-year-old. I bonded with Megan over kids. And I worked with Brian Austin Green a few years ago on 'Desperate Housewives'. He's such a sweet guy. 

"They are both such sweet people - super chill. They're very spiritual people, very kind and generous. And she's an amazing mother. She was always talking about her kids and FaceTiming with her kids. And I think Brian's a great dad. They're such cool people."

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