Fox refers to herself as a “liberal and lenient” parent. She’s explained that she doesn’t want to place too many restrictions on her children and would rather they feel comfortable being honest with her as opposed to hiding their behavior.
However, she puts her foot down when it comes to her youngsters and screen time. She has a firm stance against giving her kids access to smartphones and social media.
Third Time's a Charm
Megan and Brian's third son, Journey River Green, came into the world on the 4th of August 2016.
As the youngest of an already rambunctious Fox/Green bunch, he's certainly got quite the journey ahead of him, so the name is quite fitting we think!
Motherhood had a profoundly positive impact on Megan's life. She believes that giving birth to her sons gave her life a sense of purpose, even equating raising her children to "fertile soil."
She's explained that motherhood has "given me the ground that I needed to grow into something quite special."
April O'Neil Is Back
After doing such a great job as the spunky journalist April O'Neil in 2014's live-action installment of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," she was asked to reprise her role in 2016.
While the film didn't get the critics too excited, it was still liked by fans. And hey, how many of us get to say we played such an iconic character twice? To hell with the critics!
Going Down Under?
Nowadays, it is hard to find a celebrity who doesn't have their own brand. Kylie Jenner, Selena Gomez, and queen Rihanna to name a few, have make-up brands. Megan went in a slightly different direction. Instead of starting a whole new brand, which could be more of a hassle for the mom of three, she opted for a Collab.
She teamed up with Frederick’s of Hollywood and Forever 21, and in 2018, her underwear line was sold in both stores.