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Looks like Brian Austin Green is still sporting his symbol of marriage.
The 42-year-old actor was spotted out shopping at Gelson's supermarket in Los Angeles today where his gold wedding band was very visible on his left hand.
Green did not flash a smile as he strolled back to his car with a shopping cart full of groceries, including two bouquets of fresh flowers.
The sighting comes about two weeks after Megan Fox filed for divorce from the erstwhile Beverly Hills, 90210 star after five years of marriage and 11 years together.
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Days before news of their divorce was revealed, a source told E! News that the couple had separated, and Us Weekly reported that the two decided to take some time apart "six months ago."
Fox and Green, who met on the set of the ABC sitcom Hope & Faith, have two children together, sons Noah Green, 2, and Bodhi Green, 18 months. Brian is also a dad to son Kassius Green, 13, from a previous relationship with actress Vanessa Marcil.
The 42-year-old actor and the 29-year-old Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles star have had rocky relationship in the past, having previously gotten engaged in 2006, calling it off in 2009, only to get engaged again in 2010 before finally tying the knot in Hawaii on June 24, 2010.
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Fox, who is being represented by attorney Laura Wasser, cited "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for the split, per court documents obtained by E! News. Us Weekly also reports that the two "fight about her career," with a source telling the mag, "He would prefer she focus on the family more than being obsessed with getting roles."
"You can't live in a fantasyland and think that everything's going to be perfect all the time," the Transformers actress told Men's Health of her marriage in August 2014. "You will go through phases where you're just not getting along. You're not communicating well. That's going to happen, and it's going to feel impossible to you sometimes. It might not even make sense to you sometimes. Arguments are normal. You have to be patient and sit through that and remember that this is a part of human communication and interaction. You're going to have these conflicts with anyone. It's not necessarily just that person. You have two people, separate beings, trying to share one life together. That's always going to have difficulties."