In a recent interview with Ellen Degeneres, famously private actress Mila Kunis revealed all about her baby, Wyatt Elizabeth, and how she and partner Ashton Kutcher are reacting to parenthood.
“She’s a really good baby, she’s was nine and a half pounds when she was born. But because she was so big. She was such a hearty little thing, we skipped the new born stage. She’s four months old and wears six months clothing. She’s a big girl y’all.”
During the chat, Ellen praised the 31-year-old for not employing nannies and the actress explained her decision:
“When I go back to work and have 17-hour work days, I’m going to need somebody come and help me because I can’t do both. But because I’m in a very specific place in my life when I could take time off I did and I don’t think that everybody has that privilege.
Speaking about her reaction to motherhood, Mila gushed about her new found feelings, telling Ellen:
“You think you know love...but the truest meaning of unconditional love is my child. I thought I loved Ashton, my parents, my dogs. But it’s such a different aspect of it. It’s not greater or lesser it’s just in a whole other field. If she murdered someone in cold blood, I would love her. When she was born, I was like this is the most incredible thing that’s ever happened.”
On the subject of her partner Ashton, she let slip that he is a pro when it comes to changing nappies:
“He is an amazing dad. I wouldn’t have done this by myself. He is 100% present. I’m breast feeding so I provide the food for the baby, so his whole thing is changing diapers. The second she was born he changed her diaper and he’s changed multiple diapers since. He became a master swaddler.”
Finally, Ellen questioned her guest about whether the pair were already married, after Ashton posted up a picture on Facebook that read ‘Happy New Year From The Kutchers’, implying the pair had already wed.
“You can ask that question,” responds Mila. And then raises her hands to say she wasn’t letting on whether or not it was the case.
To which Ellen says, “so you are.”
One day we'll find out. One day.
Watch the full interview below