Megan Fox Has Relatable Working-Mom Moment as Kids Crash Interview: ‘It Just is What It Is’

It appears that Megan Fox can identify with the struggles of many other stay-at-home mothers and fathers.

The “Transformers” actress’s kids photobombed her Monday interview with “Today” from afar, and they couldn’t have been cuter as they crawled in from the sidelines.

Fox’s children with ex-husband Brian Austin Green are ages 8, Bodhi 7, and Journey 4. About a minute into the interview, host Jenna Bush Hager mentioned that she had spotted “one of your children sprinting in front.”

Fox remarked, “Here comes another one now,” as her young child, aged four, walked into the shot. “Journey! The only option is to crawl!”

Megan Fox Has Relatable Working-Mom Moment as Kids Crash Interview: ‘It Just is What It Is’

Fox smiled as she watched her young children crawl around the living room. Fox stated that they slept off the night before while watching a movie.

Fox said her kids came up about 7:30 a.m. after being roused a few minutes earlier, and she described them as “just waking up.” Simply put, it is what it is. Make it work as you can.

Megan Fox is Raising Her Kids Without Gender Prejudice

Fox may feel her sons do not pay attention to her, but her insistence that they be raised without bias toward either gender has clearly rubbed off on them.

According to Oprah from 2019, she discussed how she lets her eldest kid, Noah, choose his own clothing on The Talk.

“Even in California, where I take him to school, he encounters little boys who tell him things like, “Boys don’t wear gowns” or “Boys don’t wear pink.”

Consequently, we are currently undergoing a phase in which I am attempting to instruct him to maintain a high degree of self-assurance despite the opinions of others.”

She just wants her daughters to feel good about themselves, no matter what they wear to formal events.

Having them show up in her live interviews is a bonus that she welcomes with open arms since it reminds her of happy times she will always cherish.


Finding enough room and privacy to actually, you know, do the things you have to do is one of the numerous difficulties most people have faced since the COVID-19 epidemic made work, school, and other events wholly distant and virtual.

Even Megan Fox, whose children kept popping up during her Zoom interview with Today’s Savannah Guthrie and Jenna Bush Hager, handled the interruptions like a champ.