Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green moving back in together after filing for divorce?

30 April 2016 / 5 months 4 weeks ago

Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green are "moving back in with each other".

The 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' star and her estranged husband - who are expecting their third child together - are reportedly planning to rekindle their romance and move in with each other once again.

A source close to the pair told the New York Post's Page Six column: "They're a couple again. They're moving back in with each other."

It was previously claimed that the couple - who have sons Noah, three, and Bodhi, two, together - are considering calling off their divorce.

The 29-year-old actress - who tied the knot with Brian, 42, in Hawaii in 2010 - filed for divorce from the actor last August, citing irreconcilable differences.

Of their reconciliation, the insider said: "Megan was the one that wanted the divorce and Brian has done everything to try to convince her otherwise. He planned this trip back to Hualalai, where they got married.

"It was great and Megan is coming around. She hasn't called off the divorce just yet, but it's heading in that direction. They are both very excited about a new baby and having it together."

Meanwhile, the couple love being parents to their two kids but take a fairly strict approach when it comes to their sons using technology.

Megan previously revealed: "I hesitate just because ... I try not to expose them to technology. It's hard to make them super nerds if I don't let them watch television or movies, or get on an iPhone or an iPad. So right now, I'm making my kids into artistic nature-hippies. We'll see what happens. At some point, they'll choose what they want to be.

"It's only challenging as a parent because so many people use that as a babysitter, and they're like, 'I just need an hour to clean the dishes - watch this movie or play Angry Birds on my phone.' It's actually really bad for their brain development, and I'm trying to breed, like, superheroes. I don't want them to get f***ed up brains. So I just suck it up, and it's hard, and one of us is always doing something. We don't get a lot of rest time, but I know it's better for them."

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