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Megan Fox pregnant with second child

Megan Fox pregnant with second child

Megan Fox is pregnant with her second child. Photo: Associated Press

Actress Megan Fox is pregnant with her second child.

The “Transformers” beauty gave birth to a son named Noah last September and now she is expecting another baby with her husband Brian Austin Green.

Her representative tells the New York Post’s gossip column Page Six, “I can confirm Megan is expecting her second child with her husband Brian. They are both very happy.”
In January (13), Fox confessed she was already dreaming of expanding her brood and admitted Green, who has an 11-year-old son named Kassius from a previous relationship, was hoping for a daughter.”

She said, “I was very overwhelmed with the intensity of the emotions I felt when I had him (Noah)… and Brian is jealous because I love him so much. I want more kids. I’m so tired (and) I don’t know if my body could do it right now, but if it happens, it happens. He (Green) wants a little girl.”

The 27-year-old star, who married Green in 2010 in Hawaii, has been in New York City filming upcoming movie Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, in which she plays news reporter April O’Neil.

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