In February 2009, though, the pair unexpectedly split – a decision that, as an anonymous source told People, Fox and Green had both agreed upon. Fox, however, refused to be drawn on what exactly had happened between her and her former fiancé. “I do not want to comment on my relationship, period. It’s private. It doesn’t belong to the world,” she told Elle in May 2009.
And given the lack of an explanation as to what had caused the rift between the couple, speculation ran rife. It was even suggested that Fox’s tremendous success with the Transformers franchise had left Green feeling emasculated or jealous. In her Elle interview, though, Fox debunked that rumor entirely. “He’s the one person that I know that if I’m struggling and everything’s getting crazy, I can call,” she added to the magazine.
But then, almost as suddenly as the wedding had been called off, it was back on. In June 2010 a representative for Fox informed People that yes, the couple were engaged again – and this time, it worked out. Fox and Green got married just a week after the announcement hit the media, in fact, in a private gathering on the Hawaiian island of Maui.