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Rep Confirms Mila Kunis Is Pregnant; ‘Bad Moms’ Star Having Second Baby With Ashton Kutcher

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A rep has confirmed that “Bad Moms” star Mila Kunis is pregnant

A rep for Mila Kunis has confirmed that the actress is pregnant. The spokesperson shared to E! News on Wednesday evening that the ?Bad Moms? star and her husband, actor Ashton Kutcher, are expecting a second baby.

The two are already proud parents to a 20-month-old baby girl named Wyatt Isabelle. Ashton Kutcher has previously shared how becoming parents changed him and his wife.

?It’s infinitely rewarding,” he said. “I think I really look at this as the greatest opportunity of my life.”

The possibility of Mila Kunis getting pregnant again was first raised last May when the Hollywood couple guested on the Ellen DeGeneres show. During their appearance, Mila Kunis was asked by the TV host if she and Ashton Kutcher are sexually active. The brunette beauty simply laughed, as if to indirectly confirm that the answer is a yes.

Ellen then prodded for details by asking how often the two would have sex. Mila Kunis burst into laughter again and tried to divert the topic to her ?Bad Moms? co-star, Kristen Bell.

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher made news in July 2015 for their top secret summer wedding at The Secret Garden at Parrish Ranch in Oak Glen, California.

The former host of MTV?s Punk?d explained why they opted for a private gathering. ?It was a ninja effort,? Ashton Kutcher said. ?We really didn?t want helicopters at our wedding and it?s a legitimate concern. I was, like, posting things on social media that were in different locations to avoid it.?

?We didn?t want to be screaming our vows at each other and being like, ?Forever! Did you say never??? he jokingly added.

Prior to surprising everyone with news that she is pregnant, Mila Kunis has been busy preparing for her upcoming movie. Showing in theaters this July, ?Bad Moms? is a comedy starring Kunis, Kristin Bell and Kathryn Hahn as a group of mothers who are tired of the contemporary society?s definition of motherhood.

 

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