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'That's daddy's problem' Mila Kunis says Ashton Kutcher will deal with their daughter's teen tantrums, in her first post-baby interview

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Mila Kunis says daughters are fairly easy, in her first interview since her and Ashton Kutcher's baby girl, Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher, was born two months ago.

The 31-year-old Black Swan actress gave birth to her first child at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles in October.

 Appearing on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson yesterday, the star appeared happy and relaxed nine weeks after welcoming her daughter into the world. 

When host Craig congratulated her on becoming a mum, Mila responded, "Thank you... she's nine weeks. She's not lethargic! She moves."

"But she's a girl! You're fine, girls are easy," said Craig, and Mila agreed, "Yeah, I think so."

"My sister-in-law had a little boy two weeks prior to us having our little girl and it is completely different. Everything," she added.

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher in January this year

Mila and Ashton in January this year

But then Craig speculated that girls are more difficult than boys as teenagers.

"That's not my problem, that's daddy's problem," Mila said, in reference to her fiancé Ashton.

The pair got engaged this February, after two years of dating. 

Also on the show, Mila confirmed that she was breastfeeding and credited it with helping her to lose weight.

During her pregnancy, Mila talked about how Ashton had helped her with her cravings.

"I'm very stereotypical. I eat sauerkraut all day long," she said. "This is the worst craving to have because it smells so bad. He preempted this, and assumed I'd have goofy cravings. So he stocked our secondary fridge with stuff like pickles and sauerkraut, just in case during this pregnancy I'd say 'I really want something..."

The actress had never been keen on the idea of marriage but she said falling for Ashton, 36, changed her mind.

"I never wanted to get married. From the age of 12, I prepared my parents for no marriage. Then things changed—I found the love of my life," she said. "We all get movie star crushes... I’m marrying mine."

Take a look at an excerpt from Mila's baby chat in the video, below.

Photos: Rex Features

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