Disneyland isn't the only SoCal theme park with star power. While the Happiest Place on Earth does boast more than its fair share of celebrity sightings, Megan Fox and her beau Machine Gun Kelly (real name: Colson Baker) have been there, done that — in matching sweatsuits — and took a detour to Six Flags Magic Mountain.
For the occasion, the Fox eschewed character T-shirts, novelty accessories, and general comfort, opting instead to spend her day at the park wearing a sheer black corset and chunky, lug-sole combat boots. To stave off the last bit of California June gloom, she wore a black jacket and finished the look with a stack of silver necklaces and a tiny '90s throwback shoulder bag. While Fox went all black with her outfit, Kelly went the complete opposite direction with his outfit (unlike another very coordinated celebrity couple du jour), pulling on a Pepto Bismol pink hoodie, matching sweatpants, and the very look-at-me combo of white boots and matching white jacket.
Fans may feel like the two have been together forever at this point, but it's only been about a year. That doesn't mean that the two aren't serious, however. In addition to the public outings, the co-stars to couple storyline, and the over-the-top blood-tinged declarations of love, sources close to the duo say that they're ready to make things more official. Earlier this month, a source told Entertainment Tonight that an engagement between the two is likely.
"MGK would love to start a family with Megan someday, but right now doesn't seem to be the time in terms of scheduling," a source said. "As far as engagement goes, it is likely that this will happen sooner than later and it has been a topic of conversation without question. Their schedules are starting to get super busy again, so they just want to make sure that the timing is right since it would be a big step for both them and their families."
Neither Fox nor Kelly have commented on the possibility of marital bliss, though they have spoken about how deeply in love they are.
"Instead of a soul mate, a twin flame is actually where a soul has ascended into a high enough level that it can be split into two different bodies at the same time," Fox said during an interview on Lala Kent's podcast, Give Them Lala … With Randall. "So we're actually two halves of the same soul, I think."
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