Megan Fox And Brian Austin Green - Inside Their Co-Parenting Plans After Shocking Divorce!

Megan Fox And Brian Austin Green - Inside Their Co-Parenting Plans After Shocking Divorce!
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Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green decided to put an end to their marriage after almost ten years of being together! However, even though that chapter in their lives is over, the two are still determined to both be very involved in their three kids’ lives!

As fans know, they share Noah, 7, Bodhi, 6, and Journey, 3, and one insider report claims to know that they are committed to doing their best as co-parents from now on.

The source dished via HollywoodLife that ‘Brian and Megan are really great, hands-on parents. Even in the separations that they have had over the years, they have always put the kids first and Megan stayed in the family home with the kids while Brian went elsewhere. Brian also has his oldest son who'd often spend time with him at his Malibu home. They felt like that was the best for the kids and Brian would see the children as much as he could. He is a great father, very engaging and hands-on.’

As mentioned by the insider, since the estranged couple went through another big breakup in the past (but ended up getting back together) they already have a little experience with co-parenting their young ones.

‘They know how to coparent well in separations because they have done it before. They always put the kids first. Megan also had a really close relationship with his oldest son and included him in everything. She took the role of stepmom very seriously,’ the insider shared.

Brian’s house is smaller than the one he and Megan used to share while married but that is not to say that he doesn’t still spend a lot of time with their kids.

The source mentioned that for now they are still with the actress but they stressed that the father sees them very often.

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