Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are my favorite couple to ship. To be honest, I’ve always been a fan of Kunis since That 70’s Show came out on the air. Fast forward to when the two ended up back in each other’s lives, I was obviously excited. How can you not be? It’s like a celebrity fairy tale. Plus, both Kunis and Kutcher are pretty awesome people who stand up for incredible causes and speak out about issues that matter. That’s why, I’m not surprised, they’re raising their kids to be well-rounded individuals, despite both their parents being successful actors in the industry.
Recently, Kunis opened up about how she and Kutcher aren’t getting either of their kids Christmas gifts. A lot of people felt that it was pretty f*cked up on their part that they weren’t going to give their kids gifts, but Kunis explained that she’s not “anti-gift,” she’s just anti-spoiling her kids rotten. She lets their grandparents do the gift giving so that they aren’t bombarded with presents and remember what the holiday is really about.
Kutcher also opened up recently in the media spotlight about how he isn’t going to “share pictures of his kids on social media,” and let them make their own choices as they get older, whereas, other celebrities are into over-sharing photos of their kids. I think both actions are great on the parents part – letting the kids grow up in a more “normal” household and have a more “normal” life.
So much so, that Mila Kunis says her daughter has no idea what she does for a living. Could you imagine your mom being Mila Kunis and not knowing that means more than just “mommy?”
While being interviewed by Shaq on “The Jimmy Kimmel Show” that her 3-year-old daughter, Wyatt, thinks that her mom just “gets her hair and makeup done for a living,” because she’s always only seen Kunis’ trailers on set, and not the actual set itself.
She also proceeded to say that Wyatt is “confused” when she sees Kunis on billboards around the city for “Bad Moms Christmas” where she’s seen wearing a Santa hat.
There are billboards everywhere in L.A. right now and she says “That’s silly, why is mommy wearing a Santa hat? I was like “I don’t know”, I don’t even know how to explain to her what I do for a living. I don’t know when she’s going to see any of my movies because none of them are okay. I clearly don’t make movies for children.
Sounds pretty adorable, if you ask me.