Megan Fox reveals ectopic pregnancy loss before miscarriage with Machine Gun Kelly

    Megan Fox is opening up further about her past experiences with pregnancy loss, specifically revealing a previously undisclosed ectopic pregnancy from her younger years.

    Megan Fox (Source: InStyle)

    Megan Fox (Source: InStyle)

    In a recent interview with Women's Wear Daily, 37-year-old Megan Fox delved into her experiences with pregnancy loss, shedding light on an ectopic pregnancy from her past. This revelation comes alongside her discussions about a miscarriage with partner Machine Gun Kelly, 33, born Colson Baker, earlier this month on Good Morning America. 

    Unveiling Untold Struggles

    Fox hinted at undisclosed aspects of her journey, stating, "I've had other things that I'm not going to say because God forbid the world will be in an uproar." The interview was centered around her new poetry book, "Pretty Boys Are Poisonous."

    Navigating Heartbreak and Healing

    Expressing the emotional toll of her miscarriage, Fox shared with "GMA," "I've never been through anything like that before in my life. I have three kids. So it was very difficult for both of us, and it sent us on a very wild journey together."

    The actress and author is a mother to three children—Noah, 11, Bodhi, 9, and Journey, 7—with her ex-husband Brian Austin Green, 50, from whom she split in 2020 after 10 years of marriage. Machine Gun Kelly has a 14-year-old daughter, Casie, from a previous relationship.

    Released on November 7, Fox's first book comprises 70 sets of poems delving into themes of pregnancy loss, as well as physical and emotional abuse from unnamed partners.

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    In an interview with "GMA," Fox clarified that the poetry book is not intended as an exposé but as a message to empower other women to speak up. "It gives an elegant place for your pain to live," she expressed. "To put it into art makes it useful to other people, and so you don't just suffer with it on your own."