Mila Kunis talks daughter.

Mila Kunis, Set To Star in ‘Bad Moms’ Film, Gushes Over Baby As Ashton Kutcher Helps With Her 25-Pound Weight Loss

Mila Kunis feels like a different woman since she and husband Ashton Kutcher welcomed their daughter, Wyatt. And Mila claims that her love is so strong that if her baby girl grows up and murders someone, Kunis will be right there to offer to bury the dead body, reported Us Weekly.

“I think if she killed someone, I would literally be like, ‘I got it. Where do you want me to bury the body?’ I wouldn’t even question it. I can’t say that about anybody else in my life,” added Mila.

Kunis and Ashton wed in July, but Mila feels that it’s becoming a mom that has made the most dramatic change to her life. And even though it might seem extreme to offer to bury a body for her 12-month-old baby girl, Kunis emphasizes that she truly dotes upon her daughter and takes the responsibility seriously.

“Everything is different. From the fact that you’re so happy when you get six hours of sleep to the idea of being responsible for this incredible, living breathing little human being that you can’t believe is yours.”

Mila appreciates working from home, revealing that because she has a downstairs office, she can focus more on her daughter.

Mila Kunis dishes on her love for Wyatt.
Mila Kunis dishes on her love for Wyatt. [Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images]

“There’s coming a point in her little life where all my attention can’t always go to her,” admitted Kunis.

As to whether Mila and her 37-year-old husband might have a baby brother or sister for Wyatt, Kunis is emphatic in saying yes while hastily adding that she is not trying to hide a new baby bump just yet.

“I mean, not today,” emphasized Mila. “I’m not pregnant. But yeah, absolutely, for sure!”

Kunis stunned by losing 25 pounds in just three months after having her baby, and Mila credits in part the fact that she worked out during her pregnancy, reported OK magazine.

Mila Kunis flaunts weight loss.
Mila Kunis flaunts weight loss. [Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images]

From spinning classes to prenatal yoga, Kunis was dedicated to staying fit while sporting a baby bump. And now that she’s shed her post-baby weight, Mila hasn’t let up on her workouts even though she doesn’t have a nanny, said an insider.

“Mila hasn’t hired a nanny, so she doesn’t have a lot of time to herself. She’s a huge fan of yoga and even though she can’t get to the studio right now, she’ll practice 30 minutes to an hour every morning while Wyatt is napping,” explained the source.

But Kunis doesn’t stop at yoga routines. While toting her baby around tones her body, Mila also has been going on power walks that last 45 minutes. Diet counts too, and Kunis has reduced her carb intake and boosted her consumption of veggies, chicken, and fish.

Ashton has been supportive by providing a home treadmill. Kutcher is proud of his wife’s body, added the insider.

“Ashton is in awe of how she’s handling motherhood and managing to look this good, so he makes sure she knows it,” commented the source.

But Kutcher also shared just how delighted he feels about life with Mila and their baby, from sex to what Ashton sees as his daughter’s perfection, reported People.

“I get to have sex with her, it’s amazing,” summed up Kutcher.

As for little Wyatt Isabelle, Ashton didn’t volunteer to bury the body as Kunis did, but he is equally enamored of his daughter.

“She’s beautiful,” declared Kutcher. “This kid – I’m freaking out… It’s new but it never gets old.”

Reflecting on life in general, Ashton also revealed what he regards as the best advice he ever received.

“There is no substitution for hard work,” said Kutcher. “The second thing: Being smart is incredibly sexy. [The third thing is to ask] is it good for you, is it good for me and is it good for the greater good?”

As to what’s next for Mila, Kunis is set to star in a movie comedy initially called Bad Moms, reported Deadline.

Along with Christina Applegate and Kristen Bell, Mila will be in the film that depicts a trio of stressed-to-the-max mothers who decide to abandon their duties for frivolous fun. The movie will reportedly be renamed and slated to be rated R.

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