Brian Austin green and Megan Fox sons got into the Halloween spirit! Megan Fox shared a rare family photo, in which she
posing with her husband Brian Austin green and their three children — Journey, 3, and Bodhi, 5, and Noah, 7 — during a recent trip to
Disneyland to celebrate Halloween.
On Saturday, the 33-year-old Fox has published a number of photographs which showed the fun costumes that the children had worn that night.
The mother of three joked about how difficult it is to do family photos.
“Halloween @disneylandis always the most fun, but if I can get one family photo where everyone is looking at the camera and doing the normal
the expression ??- she wrote.
The first family shot, the actress and her children posed for the camera sitting in front of the Ferris wheel, and her youngest son, dressed in red and yellow
dragon costume, looked into the distance.
Fox has also published a couple of photos of the whole family posing together, as 46-year-old grin, holding his hands to Noah, who wore a suit
witch complete with a bright pink wig, and Bodhi, who, it seemed, was dressed as a skeleton, posing in front of my brother, who wore a festive
floral pair of mouse ears.
Fox recently shared to the press about how she encourages Noah to wear whatever he wants: “once he just wore to school a payment, and when he came home, and I thought, “How has everything been? Anyone from the school friends wanted to say something?”- Recalls Fox. “And he said, “Well, all the boys laughed when I walked in, but I still love the dress too.’ “
The actress also shared that Noah is allowed to go into the dressing room, in the moment when she tries on clothes. “He designs, he draws outfits. He’s very talented,” she said about her child. “But he’s still 6 years, so when I do the fitting, for example, when I recently wore a really beautiful yellow dress, and he continued to drape it so that he said, “If we do it right, and you’re not going to wear it like this, it will look on you as a diaper!’ “
“I heard from some people that they do not agree with the fact that he wore dresses. To them I say: I don’t care. He is too young and if he wants
wearing it, he wears it,” he said.
“And this dress, or glasses, or Slippers, or something, ‘ continued Greene. “It’s his life, it’s not my clothes … I feel like in 4, in 5, it
the time when he should be having fun. It will not cause harm to anyone, while wearing a dress. So if he wants to wear a dress, well let it
will be on it.”