AceShowbiz - Brian Austin Green seemingly has no bad blood with Megan Fox after she got engaged to Machine Gun Kelly. Upon learning of the engagement news, the "Kid 90" star is reportedly "happy" for his ex-wife.
"As long as they're both on the same page with the kids, he's good and happy for her," a source informed PEOPLE on Thursday, January 13. The insider went on saying that the 48-year-old actor and the "Transformers" actress "are strictly co-parents." The informant added that "he's got another woman that he's super into," before pointing out that he's "entirely moved on."
A separate source spilled to E! News that Brian was "not surprised she got engaged and knew it was coming." The so-called inside source went on to add that "The Masked Dancer" judge's top priority remains being a co-parent to his three sons with Megan as they share 9-year-old Noah, 7-year-old Bodhi and 5-year-old Journey. The insider noted, "He's focused on his kids and just being there for them."
Shortly after Megan and MGK announced their new relationship milestone, Brian was spotted enjoying quality time with his children in Malibu. During the outing, the doting dad donned a pair of camouflage print joggers, a black T-shirt, checkered Vans sneakers and a messenger bag worn across his body.
Brian confirmed his split from Megan after nearly 10 years of marriage back in May 2020. The former couple filed their divorce judgment in October that same year. Five months after announcing their split, Brian started dating "Dancing with the Stars" pro Sharna Burgess.
Last October, Brian and Sharna celebrated their one-year anniversary. Commemorating the special day, Brian gushed in an Instagram post at the time, "1 year of accepting me in a way I've never been loved before #damnimlucky."
"I could feel that some wild s**t was going to happen to me, but I wasn't yet sure what," the 35-year-old actress said during a July 2020 episode of Lala Kent's podcast "Give Them Lala…with Randall". She went on to rave over her relationship with her now-fiance, "I just felt it like, deep in my solar plexus, that something was going to come from that, so then, we met on set."