Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green: Their Sweetest (and Sexiest!) Moments
Just a month before their wedding, Brian Austin Green helped Megan Fox celebrate her 24th birthday with a candle and a cup of Pinkberry. Not pictured: The kiss they shared a few seconds later. It's just one of the sweet moments (to end all other sweet moments) they shared throughout the course of their 11 years together (and five years of marriage). "They will always love each other very much and are devoted to their kids. Anything could happen in the future, but for now they've decided it's best to take some time apart," a source close to the couple tells PEOPLE.
The expert cuddlers couldn't keep their hands off each other – especially in the days following their surprise wedding in Hawaii.
For Fox and Green, it's always time for a little PDA. While Green lost out on this Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach race to William Fichtner, he clearly received the best prize ever: a hug from Fox.
Fox and Green never lost any points in the "looking good" department. During a 2011 anniversary trip to Hawaii, they sported swimsuits on the beach (can you say #SummerGoals?). The Aloha State was a popular destination for the duo: They returned the next year and announced their impending baby news.
Even sidewalk strolls were romantic for this couple.
Green planted a kiss on Fox's bare belly (ready, set, awww) while the two were vacationing in Hawaii to let the world know that the two were soon-to-be parents.
Yup, they really couldn't keep their hands off each other – even on the red carpet! Fox and Green engaged in some decidedly creative hand-holding at the Golden Globe Awards back in 2013.
Green had Fox's back – in this photo, literally! – when it came to her career. Here, the two attended an afterparty for the premiere of her film Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Our favorite thing about Fox and Green: their commitment to making the world a better place. Last fall, Green and Fox brightened smiles during a visit to the Harbor–UCLA Medical Center, where they arrived toting toys for young patients.