Megan Fox’s son dresses up as ‘Frozen’ heroine

/ 12:50 AM August 15, 2017

Noah Green (left) and Megan Fox

Megan Fox’s 4-year-old son with husband Bryan Austin Green, Noah Shannon, is the latest celebrity scion to be noticed by netizens—mainly because he wore an Elsa costume in a picture shared on Instagram by his mom.

The recent photo collage of her family, where Noah’s controversial pic is prominently shown, has received both messages of support and criticism. Fox stated in the talk show, “Jimmy Kimmel Live!,” last year that dressing against tradition wasn’t and shouldn’t be an issue.


“I grew up in a Pentecostal household, it’s Southern Christian … The women in the church are only allowed to wear pants; you can’t wear dresses; you can’t wear makeup or jewelry. So it’s a really oppressive environment to grow up in,” she told Jimmy Kimmel in 2016. “But I lean left of that now … The boys can wear dresses. Noah wears dresses, so there are no rules—you can be whatever you want to be in my house.”

This isn’t the first time the kid dressed up as a Disney princess; Noah previously wore a Snow White costume for a family outing.


Just weeks ago, Liev Schreiber and Naomi Watts’ son, Kai, dressed up as Harley Quinn, drawing criticism of the ex-spouses’ parenting style. —OLIVER PULUMBARIT

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