Megan Fox had some more interruptions than she probably bargained for during her last appearance on ‘Today’.
The actress, who almost quit the show on Monday to promote her latest movie “Until Death,” got a few surprises from her three sons during the segment.
Fox couldn’t help but crack as her two young children – Bodhi, Journey, and Noah – crawled and walked the camera at different times.
“We saw one of your kids running in the background,” Today show host Jenna Bush Hager told Fox during an appearance. “First of all, where are you? We see a lot of pillows and some clothes…”
“And we saw a little kid like, try to be sneaky, thinking he’s out of the shot,” fellow co-host Samantha Guthrie said as Fox laughed and covered her face.
“Yes, here comes another one now,” the actor said as a child passed by, completely in front of the cameras.
“Flight, you have to crawl—you have to crawl,” Fox joked as her son stared at her. “Go!”
“They just woke up. What’s up, it’s 7, 7:30 here?” the actor added. “So they woke up a few minutes ago. Which is just what it is. We just have to make it work.”
“But I’m in the house we’re staying in now — that’s the living room area,” Fox explained. “And they all fell asleep on the sofa last night watching a movie. They just woke up.”
When the co-hosts read another question, Fox lost it again when another child entered the room and began to crawl behind her.
“There are three of them,” said Fox, smiling, telling the “Today” audience that there would likely be a few cameos.
Later in the interview, after a child crawled next to him and then scurried out of the room again, the hosts asked Fox how the mother of her three children felt.
The actress shares all three children with her estranged husband, “Beverly Hills, 90210” alum Brian Austin Green.
“I wish there was a way–I’m sure a lot of moms feel this way–that you could, once in a day’s period, like bring them all back to that period of two or three years,” Fox replied.
“Because it’s hard to watch them grow up so fast. The ‘Jennifer’s Body’ actor said that’s a thing — I actually struggle with it a lot. I cry about it all the time, they grow up so fast.”
“You know my phone will send me pictures of them when they were younger, and it’s hard to look at. It hurts to love something so much. But I have three boys. They’re hilarious. They don’t listen to me at all,” she added with a smile.