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Megan Fox: I Want Two Or Three Kids

Megan Fox

Megan Fox is not the wild child everyone thinks she is, ok guys? In fact, she’s the complete opposite and says she prefers to stay home on her Saturday nights and eat a tub of Ben and Jerry’s while watching a Netflix movie just like you and me.

The big screen hottie opens up to Cosmopolitan magazine and talks about her relationship with 90210 alumni Brian Austin Green, her tough-girl image and on one day becoming a mother.

Here are some highlights:

On her tough-girl image: “It’s because I have tattoos and I say curse words, and apparently, that’s crazy. I think maybe I give off this energy of seeming like I don’t give a f—k, and that’s misinterpreted. But I’m not wild.”

On first meeting now-husband Brian Austin Green: “I didn’t know who he was, since I was too young for Beverly Hills 90210. But the first time I saw him, I got butterflies. And the first time he casually touched me? There was so much electricity…. We’ve had obstacles, and we’ve overcome them. I truly feel like he’s my soul mate. I don’t want to sound corny or cliché, but I do believe we are destined to live this part of our lives together.”

On becoming a mother: “I want at least two, probably three [kids]. I’ve always been maternal…. I’m a homebody I’m not wild.”

Actually, I do believe Megan when she says she’s a homebody. We really don’t see her at Hollywood parties or red carpet events unless she’s got something to promote and she does seem like the type of person who would be a hands-on mom than a fame-hungry attention seeker. What do you think? Does Megan have what it takes to be a good mother in Hollywood?


Photo via Cosmopolitan


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