Here are some photos of Brian Austin Green at the 42nd Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach over the weekend. BAG has always loved racing, and he’s participated in this event before. But… I thought BAG was in the midst of some lingering health issues following a car accident last year, and that he was struggling with vertigo? That’s the reason he gave for why Megan Fox needed to financially support him during and after their divorce. But suddenly he’s healthy enough to race cars? Massive side-eye, BAG.
That being said, Megan Fox was at this event to support her estranged husband. Their relationship/marriage is still pretty confusing to me. As we learned last week, Megan is pregnant again, just seven months after she filed for divorce. While there was some speculation that the baby-daddy could have been someone other than BAG, sources close to Megan maintained that BAG is the daddy. Those sources also maintained that BAG and Megan are still living together, raising their kids together and the divorce is still on. And while BAG was chatting to People Magazine at this Grand Prix event, he ended up confirming another piece of gossip: all of his babies with Megan Fox have been “unplanned.”
With two children (and a third on the way) with his still-soon-to-be-ex Megan Fox, Brian Austin Green is simply beaming about the fact that the is going to be a dad again. Even if it wasn’t exactly planned.
“You know, nothing is planned,” he told PEOPLE exclusively at the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach Celebrity Race, which was hosted by the Verizon IndyCar Series, on Friday. “None of them are ever planned. You kind of just go with it.”
“At my age, to be having three babies, is crazy,” the actor, who is already dad to sons Noah and Bodhi, said with a laugh. “I’ll be 43 this year.”
At Friday’s event, Green added that he has learned “everything” since becoming a dad — especially when playing it safe at a race event.
“It used to be just the rush of doing it,” Green said of picking up race car driving as a hobby. “You know, it’s a different feeling, a different rush than you are used to, and now that I’ve got [laughs] all the kids that I have it’s like, ‘Yeah, this is fun…’ ”
Green adds that being a father means that does try to be safe so he can get home to his little ones.
“It’s important that I live,” he said with a laugh.
Yeah, he’s 42 years old and Megan is turning 30 this year. At some point, they’re going to stop keeping their situation “unplanned” right? They both have access to birth control, right? And they understand the basics of the reproductive arts? But whatever… their situation is confusing to me and I’m almost positive that BAG planned everything so Megan would financially support him, but whatever makes them happy. God bless.
Photos courtesy of Getty.