She reveals ectopic pregnancy
Even before her miscarriage with Machine Gun Kelly, Megan Fox experienced loss. Now she talked about the ectopic pregnancy.
She has three sons – but actress Megan Fox (37) has now revealed that having children is not as easy for her as it might seem at first glance. It was only announced at the beginning of November that she and her fiancé Machine Gun Kelly (33) had to cope with a miscarriage. Now she talked about the fact that she had already had an ectopic pregnancy before. She experienced this a long time ago.
“Been through other similar problems”
In an interview with WWD, Megan Fox opened up about her recent miscarriage and revealed other pregnancy issues: “This experience was so much harder than I expected, and I really analyzed, ‘Why was that? so?’ Why was this so difficult for me?’ Because when I was younger I had an ectopic pregnancy, I had other things.” However, she would rather not say this because otherwise the world would get into “turmoil”. But she revealed this much: “I’ve been through other similar problems, but not with someone I was so in love with,” she said, referring to Machine Gun Kelly.
This “love element” made the recent miscarriage “really tragic” for her and left her with “a lot of grief and a lot of suffering.” “So I wrote a lot. He also wrote about it in his albums, he wrote a few songs about the miscarriage. It just felt like something I could address publicly because it was addressed through him in a way so that I also have space to express myself.” In her book “Pretty Boys Are Poisonous” she dedicated two poems to the topic.
Fox is mother to sons Journey, 7, Bodhi, 9, and Noah, 11, whom she shares with her ex-husband Brian Austin Green, 50. She met Machine Gun Kelly at the beginning of 2020, and the couple got engaged two years later. At the beginning of November, Megan Fox said of the miscarriage he suffered: “I’ve never experienced anything like this in my life. I have three children, so it was very difficult for both of us and sent us on a very wild journey together and separately .”