Actors Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green reportedly have broken up after five years of marriage, two children together and a relationship of more than a decade.
Us Weekly said Wednesday that "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" and "Transformers" star Fox, 29, and former "Beverly Hills, 90210" star Green, 42, a recent cast-member of "Anger Management," decided six months ago to separate. The magazine said the two were last photographed together having lunch in Beverly Hills on June 9.
The stars' representatives did not respond to Newsday requests for comment.
The couple has a son, Noah Shannon, born in September 2012, and another, Bodhi Ransom, born in February of last year. Green has another son, Kassius, 13, with ex-girlfriend Vanessa Marcil.
Fox and Green, who met in 2004 when he guest-starred on her series "Hope & Faith," married on June 24, 2010, on the Big Island of Hawaii's Four Seasons Resort Hualalai at Ka'upulehu. They had become engaged earlier that month, following an engagement in November 2006 that the couple called off in February 2009.
In an interview in August in Men's Health magazine, Fox said of relationships, "You can't live in a fantasyland and think that everything's going to be perfect all the time. You will go through phases where you're just not getting along. . . . Arguments are normal. You have to be patient and sit through that and remember that this is a part of human communication and interaction. . . . You have two people, separate beings, trying to share one life together. That's always going to have difficulties."
Nonetheless, she added, "Brian is my soul mate. I happen to believe that. He's definitely meant to be the father of my children."