Green also mentioned that his son likes to wear “goggles” and “slippers”, so it isn’t only dresses that he chooses to wear around.
‘It’s his life. They’re not my clothes.
“At four, at five, that’s a time when he should be having fun”, the star added. “So if he wants to wear a dress, good on him”. It does not hurt anyone to wear a dress.
It’s a topic he and his wife clearly agree on.
Brian Austin Green defended his son Noah’s decision to wear dresses during a sit-down with Hollywood Pipeline: Straight from the Source, and the actor thinks the shaming over a toddler’s outfit choices is ridiculous. He has 4 years and if he wants to wear [robes], it door. The duo do this at the beginning of their family vacations, so there are no uncomfortable interruptions.
On the 1st of August, Megan Fox published on his account instagram, a lovely montage composed of photos of his three children and their dad, Brian Austin Green. “So that would be kind of awesome”. “I’m wearing shorts and a T-shirt and a watch, you got me”. “I have four boys now; a fifth is a basketball team”, he quipped to Holt.
“I’m not [pining for a girl]”, said Fox in an interview. “You tell them you’re going to be somewhere”, he admitted. “I know Brian would like a girl, but they seem much more challenging if I’m any indication”.
Actor Liev Schreiber also recently made headlines when he allowed his son to dress as super villain Harley Quinn at San Diego Comic-Con, HuffPost reports. One of them showed their son Noah in an Elsa dress and, predictably, led to rude criticism.
Austin said his kids should be having fun and not being criticized for what they want to wear.
It’s that tribe of boys that has Green hoping for daddy’s little girl.