Megan Fox revealed that her 6-year-old son, Noah, maintained his confidence after making fun of him wearing school dresses.
The 33-year-old actress shares Noah with her husband Brian Austin Green, 46, along with their two children, Journey, 3, and Bodhi, 5. During an interview on "Talk" on Thursday, actress Jennifer's Body explained that her son was "really into fashion" and often gravitated to dresses when given the chance to choose their own clothing.
"Sometimes he will dress up and sometimes he likes to wear dresses," Fox explained. "And I send him to a really liberal, hippie school, but even there – here in California ̵
She went on: "So now we are experiencing where I am trying to teach him to be confident no matter what anyone else says. "
Fox revealed that Noah had not worn dresses for a short time, but had recently returned to school wearing one.
"She stopped wearing dresses for a while. He just wore one two days ago to school, and he came home and I said to myself, "How was it? Do any of your friends at school have anything to say? ", Fox said. "And he was like, 'Well, all the guys laughed when I went in, but I didn't care. I love dresses too much. "
The actress also noted that her son's love for dresses seems to come from an early charm of fashion.
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USES SUPPORT, he paints toilets. He is very talented, "she told the hosts. "But he's still 6, so when I do fittings, for example, I did it recently and I had this really beautiful yellow dress, and he kept draping it the way he was, 'If we do it, it looks like diapers! "She said with a laugh. "I was like, 'This is not what we do this time, but maybe next time! "
Fox herself is no stranger to being considered by her peers. She recently spoke to Entertainment Tonight and described the crippling "break" she experienced after bombing one of her films.
"I think I had a real psychological breakdown where I didn't want to do anything," she admitted. I don't want to be seen. I didn't want to take a photo, do a magazine, go on a rug. I didn't even want to be seen in a public place because … I believed they would make fun of me, or they would spit, or someone would yell at me, or people would stone me, or they would only amaze me for being outside and be whatever. "
She went on:" I didn't look perfect or I was too fat or too thin. I was stupid or offended. I was a waste of space or a bad actress. Whatever you may think, I imagined that I would survive because my belief system was that the world would not accept me, so I experienced a very dark moment after that. "
Although she believes that becoming a mother saves her from this gloom, she notes that it will probably hurt her acting career as well.
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"Being a mother is not something that is truly respected in this industry. If anything, it's considered a disability, "she said." And it is a pity because it is not recognized what we juggle, what we do. "