Sure, they had some headline-making moments in the months after they confirmed their on-and-off romance was no more. But after parting ways in late 2019 and officially filing the paperwork to end their 10-year marriage in November 2020, life has settled for these exes, who remain forever linked by their three sons, Noah, 8, Bodhi, 7, and Journey, 4.
"Things have calmed down and are going a lot smoother," a source close to the actress told E! News. "Brian has accepted it's over for good with Megan and has moved on. It's allowed for a much more peaceful co-parenting relationship."
Plus, it doesn't hurt that they've each found romance with new people. While Fox has been dating her Midnight in the Switchgrass co-star Machine Gun Kelly for more than a year now, sparks are also flying between Green and Dancing With the Stars pro Sharna Burgess. As he captioned a recent photo of them kissing, "It's been a really long time since I've been with someone I can truly share life with."
While no co-parenting relationship is seamless, it sounds like any rocky waters have calmed between the former husband and wife.
"They still have things that come up," the source noted. However, "he is very happy with his own life and his relationship," the insider added, "so that has helped. They are all adjusting to this situation well."
That includes their youngsters. According to the source, "The kids like spending time with both parents and their significant others. Everyone is doing a lot better."
Fox recently raised eyebrows when she commented on Green's post of him and Burgess kissing. "Grateful for Sharna," the Till Death star commented, sparking confusion and debate over whether she was throwing shade or being serious.
Given this latest insight, we'll bet on the latter.