Megan Fox: 'I love being pregnant!'

Megan Fox: 'I love being pregnant!'

The soon-to-be mom-of-three talks about her 'productive' pregnancy and Father's Day plans with her boys

The 30-year-old actress, who is currently pregnant with her third child, is busy promoting her new movie, 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows' but she's keeping it low-key when it comes to holidays.

When asked what she plans for Father's Day with her husband Brian Austin Green--with whom she's expecting her third child--she revealed she has no big plans except to indulge his sweet tooth.

"He never gets to eat anything fun because my house is so clean and I make him eat really clean, too, so maybe I'll get him a German chocolate cake or something," Fox told Extra. "He'll be so happy to see junk food."

Many were surprised when news broke out that the couple were expecting their third child, eight months after Fox filed for divorce (in August of 2015). They have not spoken up about the status of their relationship or whether they are still pushing through with the divorce. The couple have two sons together: Noah, 3 and Bodhi, 2.

The blooming mum-of-two seems to be remaining positive.

"I feel great. I love being pregnant…a lot of women don't feel that way," continued Fox. "It is really uncomfortable, by the way, it is painful at parts, but I feel the overall process is an amazing one."

"I can't wait to meet this new member of my family."

The 30-year-old actress, who has starred in films such as 'Transformers' and 'Jennifer's Body', counts being a mum as her greatest achievement.

"I feel so productive creating a human person that I'm so excited to meet because I know that I have such a spiritual connection to them, so I can't wait to meet this new member of my family," she added.

Being a mum has also affected the way she's been choosing her acting roles, knowing this may affect her children in the future.

"People're 30 now and a mum and you don't want to be a sex symbol, and that's not what I said," Fox said. "I don't want my kids to see me, as a woman, play a character that's degrading or being abused in a graphic way. I don't think that's something they'll be able to process well. My particular kids are very sensitive."

Even though she's proud of how her latest film turned out, she doesn't plan on taking her boys to see it.

"I don't know when they'll psychologically be able to understand that movies aren't reality," Fox revealed. "When they are, then they can watch a movie that I'm in."

Watch her full interview below.

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Bianchi Mendoza

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