The two decided to "take some space." Soon, word spread that they were living apart. Green said "things just didn't really change from there." Still, he made it clear "neither one of us did anything to each other."
"She's always been honest with me. I've always been honest with her. We've had an amazing relationship. I will always love her, and I know she'll always love me. I know that, like, as far as a family, like, what we've built, it's really cool and it's really special," Green, who shares three children with Fox, continued. "So, we decided, 'Let's make sure we don't lose that. Let's make sure that, no matter what, we're always friends with each other and we're a united front with the kids. And we'll still do family vacations and we'll do holidays as a family and really make that a focus for the kids.'"
Green also addressed reports about Fox and Machine Gun Kelly. The two appear in the film Midnight in the Switchgrass and have been spotted hanging out together. Fox also appeared in one of the rapper's music videos. However, Green told listeners they are "good friends at this point."
This isn't the first time Fox and Green, who wed in 2010, have split. In fact, they've broken up a few times over the course of their relationship, including in 2015 when Fox filed for divorce. However, she later filed to dismiss the divorce proceedings.
To look back at the series of ups and downs throughout their relationship, click here.