UPDATE (APRIL 19): It looks like Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green are not all out of love, after all. According to a report on E! Online, the on-off couple are not getting divorced "anytime soon," with a source sharing that "Brian and Megan [have] been working on themselves as individuals and things have gotten better between them as a couple."

In addition to the revelation about their relationship, the source also confirmed that the father of the reportedly pregnant actress's baby is, as predicted, Green: "They admire each other on how they are as parents and are looking forward to bringing their third child into this world...They are living together, not separately."

ORIGINAL POST (APRIL 12): Congratulations are in order for Megan Fox who, according to multiple reports, is pregnant with her third child!

While appearing at CinemaCon in Las Vegas on April 11, the actress — wearing a form-fitting black Versace bodycon dress — revealed what appears to be a very pregnant belly on the red carpet for her new film, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows. And though Fox did not make any official announcement herself, the frock seemed to speak louder than words.

This will be The New Girl star's third child; she is already a mother to two sons, Noah and Bodhi Green, with her estranged husband Brian Austin Green. It's unclear if this will be baby number three with Green, though it's likely, as the two have been spotted together several times since filing for divorce in August 2015.

The couple had been married for five years and cited "irreconcilable differences" for the split. Their divorce is still pending.

While speaking to E! News at CinemaCon, Fox dished on some of the rules she has for her young sons: "I try to keep them from television and movies from the most part, because I think screen time — any sort of screen, whether it's television, or iPad, or iPhone — is really bad for their brain development, so I try to remove that from their lives. And also I want to deter them from ever being a part of social media because I think it's detrimental to a child's self esteem."

The actress added that while she does "let them watch Pixar movies every once in a while," her children do not have any idea what she does for a living. "Somebody at their school will tell them eventually," she said. "But then it wont mean anything because they've been around it their whole lives. So they'll be like, 'Okay, I'm still embarrassed of my mom!'"

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