Megan Fox Talks Baby Weight, Brian Austin Green's Daddy Duty & Why She'll Miss Twitter
Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green arrive at the Golden Globe awards ceremony in Beverly Hills in Beverly Hills, Calif., on January 13, 2013 -- Getty Premium
Motherhood looks great on Megan Fox.
Access Hollywood's Billy Bush chatted with the glowing new mom on the red carpet at the Golden Globes on Sunday, where she revealed husband Brian Austin Green's parents were babysitting baby Noah for the glamorous evening.
"I'm really particular about everything and his mom is really good about making sure she does everything perfect," she told Billy, when asked if she makes "lists" and feeding schedules for babysitters. "I'm overly worried about everything all of the time."
"She's not overly worried - she's a good mom," Brian interjected.
The couple, who tied the knot in June 2010 and welcomed baby Noah in late September 2012, are adjusting to life as parents together - they said they average about six hours of sleep per night (often less), and Brian sweetly takes the lead on after hours baby care.
"He's always done the middle of the night feeding for me to let me rest and recover," Megan said with a smile. "He's a really good husband!"
"She did nine, 10 months of work, so I figure I can get up -- I can get out of bed," Brian added.
And in news that may make new moms the world over scream with frustration, the "This Is 40" vixen admitted she lost most of the baby weight... the day of Noah's birth.
"My baby was kind of small and my pregnancy was small - I walked out of the hospital kind of like this," she said hesitantly. "Not to be crazy, but... it is what it is."
"She's always eaten really well, she's always worked out and stayed in good shape, so, she did it all through the pregnancy," Brian explained. "It makes sense then that when you have the baby, your body - for the most part - is there."
As for why Megan joined Twitter, then quit after one week, she said it was never "her thing."
"I gave in to see what it was all about - I don't have the time to keep up with Twitter," she said. "I have a baby that I need to take care of and I don't ever want my son to look at me and ask why I'm always on the computer or always on the phone and my answer to be that I'm 'social networking.' So, he's my priority and it's just not for me."
However, she did enjoy being able to communicate with her fans.
"Some of the fans made me laugh a lot - some of them are really funny -- and I'll miss interacting with them," she said.
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