Megan Fox is one Hollywood actress who truly doesn’t care what other people think of her- and apparently, her kids are the exact same way. The celebrity mother says that even though his peers were making fun of him for wearing a dress at school, six-year-old Noah didn’t seem to care one bit. As a matter of fact, the proud mother says that her son brushed off the boys who laughed at him.
According to Us Weekly, she says that Noah has been wearing dresses on and off- and that quite frankly, it never bothered her or her husband, fellow actor Brian Austin Green. In addition to Noah, the couple also shares Bodhi, five; and Journey, three.
The 33-year-old actress revealed in an interview with The Talk that when she asked her son about his first day of school, he didn’t seem very concerned that other boys in his class were poking fun of him for wearing a dress. Her son had said, "Well, all the boys laughed when I came in, but I don’t care. I love dresses too much."
Green also chimed in during the interview, saying that he was quite surprised that his son got the reaction that he did. That's because the couple has elected to send him to a "liberal, hippie" school in California.
"Even here in California, he still has little boys going, 'Boys don’t wear dresses,' or, 'Boys don’t wear pink.' So we’re going through that now," he said. "I’m trying to teach him to be confident no matter what anyone else says."
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Fox said that while her son isn’t into fashion, he does spend his time designing and drawing outfits. The actress also hinted that he might one day have a career as a fashion designer, seeing how much time he spends on creating and styling different outfits. She told The Talk's co-hosts that he often critiques some of the clothes she wears and helps to ensure that she always looks great before heading out the door.
Fox explained, "I did [a fitting] recently and I had this really beautiful yellow dress on. He kept draping it in a way where he was like, 'If we do it like this, it looks like a diaper.' Like, 'That’s not what we’re going for this time, but maybe next time.'"
Back in 2017, Green was forced to defend his son’s decision to wear dresses. He said at the time, "I don’t care. … He’s four, and if he wants to wear it, then he wears it. Dresses or goggles or slippers or whatever. It’s his life. They’re not my clothes. … I feel like at four or five, that’s a time when he should be having fun. He’s not harming anyone wearing a dress. So if he wants to wear a dress, awesome! Good on him."