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Megan Fox, mum to two boys, hopes her third child will also be of the male variety.

Megan Fox announced her third pregnancy with estranged husband Brian Green a few weeks ago. It seems the divorce is off.

The 30-year-old actress has revealed she doesn’t want to have a daughter despite the fact that estranged husband Brian Austin Green is super keen.

‘I enjoy the relationship between mother and son,’ she says. ‘Brian wants a girl, of course, because he wants to be a daddy to a little girl, but I just… don’t think that’s for me in this lifetime.’

New idea reports Megan said, ‘I feel like I’m the mother of boys and that there’s a karmic lesson there that I’m learning.’

‘That’s the way my personal life is as well, I’m surrounded by boys.’

Along with sons Noah, three, and Bodhi, two, Megan is also stepmum to 14-year-old Kassius, from Brian’s prior relationship.

‘I’m used to being the matriarch or the queen bee. I function really well in that role,’ she says. ‘Not that I’m not a girl’s girl, but I’m also not afraid to be the only girl amongst a bunch of boys.’

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  • It’s good that we don’t have the choice in this but nature makes that choice for us. Hope she can be happy when it happens to be a girl !

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  • I don’t understand why she would say this. She makes it sound like she will be disappointed if she ends up having a girl.

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  • Each to their own i would like one of each but the most important thing is health and everyones happiness. But in saying that it’s not bad to prefer one over the other one.

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  • I never wanted girls for different reasons. Not that I want to be queen bee, but because teenager girls scare the beejeezus out of me.
    I have an almost 2 year old – and she really is daddy’s little girl. She’s only just stopped pushing me away when I asked for a kiss or a cuddle.
    We’ve been told that the next bundle of joy is a girl too.
    This should be fun…. lol

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  • I always wanted a girl and I’m glad I did. But I would have been very happy if it was a boy too. :-)

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  • I’d be happy for a healthy baby

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  • With my first I hoped for a Boy as i thought that it would be wonderful to have an older brother. Thats something that I had always wanted when i was a child and I figured that would be wonderful to have a boy first and then to have a daughter. I had a girl who I of course was very happy with and loved to bits.
    Baby number two and I figured it would be lovely to have a boy as I already had a girl but part way through my pregnancy I felt it would be sad not to get to use the wonderful dresses and such that I already had. I had a little girl.
    Baby number 3 and I figured this time perhaps it would be lovely to have my boy. My daughters wanted another sister and they got their wish.
    My three girls have been wonderful and are the best of friends. They have never had fights and love spending time together. They all tell me that they are glad that there are no boys in the family.
    I think you get the children that you are supposed to have. Boys or Girls or a mix its perfect for you.

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  • I always just hoped for healthy happy babies but each to their own.

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  • I think most people do have gender preferences for each baby – and then don’t care once they’ve met them.

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  • Well gee, I hope she does have a boy – if she has a girl at some point in the future she will see what her mum said!

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  • Each to their own on expressing what they want!

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  • I’m also a Mum to boys and have no desire to add a daughter to the family. I’m definitely a Mum-to-boy type of woman and thoroughly enjoy raising little men. Well done to Megan for speaking her thoughts.

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  • Wow… why not just hope for a healthy baby. Some people struggle to have that.

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