Ashton Kutcher’s wife, Mila Kunis spoke up regarding her baby bump in an interview. She wants the birth of the child she is expecting to be as natural as possible.
Mila Kunis hails from the Ukraine and her family came to the United States with a meager amount of money. Yet the superstar actress has made it to the high life with a solid media presence. And she has kept her life with Ashton Kutcher a secret and has not even opened up regarding her obvious pregnancy.
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But recently in an interview with Ellen DeGeneres, she started discussing her plans for the baby and a future family of her own with Kutcher. She admitted this much that she and her husband had been secretive about things since a long time since it was their style.
Her tying the knot with Kutcher and the wedding ring she sported on one finger were noted very carefully in the paparazzi shots, but the couple never let out any details regarding their personal life.
The couple was so into keeping their private affairs sealed behind a barricade of silence that they let no one know a single thing thereby increasing the suspense factor. And the surprising thing is that even with a warm and friendly personality like Ellen DeGeneres, Mila wouldn’t come clean. She hid certain facts and wouldn’t reveal them.
When she was expecting to conceive the baby, its gender and the name she had planned all came under this rubric. She did reveal some other trivial details regarding her diet during the pregnancy. Her cravings for sour and salty stuff like pickled goods and sauerkraut were a prime example. Meanwhile, Kutcher had put a lot of foodstuff in the kitchen refrigerator to assuage Mila’s bouts of the munchies. Ashton is also studying a foreign language: Russian.
This is because Mila speaks it fluently and he also wants to teach it to the baby. Mila plans on an all-natural childbirth. She is even willing to forgo an epidural. Unless an extreme emergency situation occurs, Mila will go without the accouterments of modern medicine and surgery.