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Megan Fox Shares Photos of Sons Bodhi and Noah on 'Ellen'

May 6, 2014 (4:40 am) GMT
During her visit to the show, the actress also talks about filming an action movie while being pregnant with her second baby Bodhi.

gave viewers a special treat when she made an appearance in the Monday, May 5 episode of "". For the first time ever, the actress publicly showed pictures of her two sons, 19-month-old Noah and 2-month-old Bodhi.

"Bodhi is the little chubby one and then Noah is the one with the lips," Fox explained after the big screen behind her flashed images of her two boys. The proud mother was all smiles as she talked about her children.

Fox, who tied the knot with in 2010, welcomed her first child Noah in 2012. She gave birth to Bodhi back in February. During her visit to the show, the 27-year-old star also chatted about filming her upcoming movie "" while being pregnant with her second baby.

"[Ninja Turtles] is an action movie and requires a lot of running and jumping and stunts," she said. "Anyone that's been pregnant knows your first trimester can be pretty rough and you're nauseous all day long. So I spent the whole shoot basically [sick]."

She added, "The producers would come see me in the morning in the makeup trailer and I would be clinging to a box of Saltines and we had kept pickles in the refrigerator for me. I was just constantly on the verge of vomiting."



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