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Megan Fox Reportedly Files to Dismiss Her Divorce From Brian Austin Green

Well it sounds like these two are continuing to move in a positive direction when it comes to their relationship. As recently confirmed by Entertainment Tonight, Megan Fox filed to dismiss her divorce case from husband Brian Austin Green. This news comes almost three years after the couple reconciled. ET reports that Fox put in the request on Thursday, April 25. The Blast also reported that Fox requested a dismissal in their ongoing divorce case, based on court documents obtained by the publication.

In 2015 after five years of marriage and a total of 11 years together with the Beverly Hills, 90210 actor, Fox filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences. However, not only in April 2016 was it revealed that Fox and Green were expecting third child together, but in May 2016, Fox opened up about reconciling with Green in an interview with ET.

The couple celebrated getting back together by going on a babymoon in Kona, Hawaii, where they first got married in 2010. She told ET, “I just really love it. It’s a peaceful location. We go there a lot.” Fox continued, “It’s all little bungalows and it feels more private and more island-like. You can spend a lot of time walking and exploring the island, and you don’t feel like you’re on a tourist retreat. And it’s only five, six hours from L.A. instead of flying 14 hours, [so] I could handle the flight time.”

The two have been extremely open about the ups and downs they’ve faced as a couple. Like Green told SheKnows in November 2017, “Marriage is f*cking hard. Whether you’re in this business or whether you’re a food service worker or a flight attendant or who knows — it’s hard.” He didn’t stop there and said, “I kind of feel like the fact that we’ve been together as long as we have is really amazing. And the fact that we have not only made it work, but we’ve made three amazing kids and, you know, we try every day to be the best parents we can be, that’s major.”

At the time, Green also admitted that marriage is “harder than any other job I’ve ever had.” But, like he said, “It’s all about kind of finding your own style, and it’s hard. But I think if you make it for whatever time, f*cking good on you for making it. It takes a lot of work.”

They may not have the most traditional of relationships, but that doesn’t matter. It sounds like Green and Fox have worked hard to make their marriage work in the best way that suits them and now here they are reportedly putting their divorce case officially to bed.

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