Brian Austin Green reportedly has no hard feelings towards ex-wife Megan Fox and her partner Machine Gun Kelly, and is ‘totally fine’ with their romance.
The 90210 star and the Transformers actress separated in May after 10 years of marriage, with Megan embarking on a relationship with MGK – real name Colson Baker – after they met filming Midnight In The Switchgrass in Puerto Rico.
Brian, 47, is said to have ‘no animosity’ towards the couple, with a source telling Us Weekly: ‘Brian is totally fine about them getting more serious. He is doing his own thing and there’s no animosity.
‘He is pleased that Megan is preoccupied and happy. He is socially dating and seeing different girls.’
They added: ‘He’s not on that same page of being in a serious relationship right now, but he’s totally cool with MGK, no question about it.’
It comes after Brian revealed he would ‘never say never’ about working things out with Megan, 34, while he shared his opinion on Machine Gun Kelly, 30.
Speaking during an Instagram Q&A, he told fans: ‘I would never say never. You never know.
‘I kinda feel people are on paths in life and sometimes your paths are together and you travel that path together and you see eye to eye and then sometimes paths do different things.
‘We had an amazing 15 year relationship, we have three beautiful kids. We shared a lot together and we really went through a lot together.’
When asked whether he liked ‘Megan’s new man’, he responded: ‘I’ve never met him, I have no idea, I’ve never heard anything bad from him or bad from Megan about him.
‘I can say yeah, I’ve heard bad stories about him, but I’ve heard bad stories about myself as well and I know that most of these aren’t true. I trust my own instincts on meeting somebody and somebody else whose instincts have always been really spot on.’
Meanwhile, MGK has opened up about falling for Megan, insisting it was ‘love at first sight’.
Appearing on the Howard Stern Show, he said: ‘I didn’t know what [love] was until me and her made eye contact. That’s when I was like, “Whoa.”
‘After I made the big chunk of the album, I did fall in love for the first time.
‘That was my first experience with being open to love and stuff like that. I definitely wasn’t set up to believe that that’s something that could ever exist.’