Mila Kunis & Ashton Kutcher welcome their second child, a baby boy


Even though Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher got pap’d a lot in the past six months or so, it really didn’t feel like we were inundated with news about Mila’s second pregnancy. I have noticed that the tabloids and gossip press tends to go easier with second pregnancies though, so maybe that’s one explanation. Another explanation is that Mila and Ashton just weren’t in everybody’s faces this year. In any case, Mila and Ashton have welcomed their second child: a boy!

Oh, boy: Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are parents again! The married former That ’70s Show costars have welcomed their second child, a son, a rep confirms to PEOPLE.

The new addition was born on Wednesday, Nov. 30. He joins big sister Wyatt Isabelle, 2. A rep for Kutcher, 38, and Kunis, 33 — who were married in a low-key ceremony in July 2015 — confirmed the exciting news of their second child on the way exclusively to PEOPLE in June. And in October, Kutcher spilled the beans on baby number two’s sex.

“She points to Mila and she’s like, ‘Baby brother!’ when she points to the belly,” the star of Netflix’s The Ranch said on the Today show of how Wyatt was preparing to be a big sister.

But Kutcher couldn’t help telling Seth Meyers that he had secretly hoped to have another little girl because he wants a big family.

“First of all — our first girl is unbelievable. But also I figured if we had a girl second, [Mila] might give me one more shot at having a boy and now I don’t know!” he said on Late Night with Seth Meyers in October. “It’s even money — she might cut me off!”

[From People]

When I was a kid, I was sort of obsessed with when various people’s birthdays fell throughout the year. My birthday generally coincided with the start of the school year, which I actually liked (and I still like my September birthday). But I always felt sorry for the kids who had late November birthdays, because it felt like they had “Thanksgiving birthdays” and who wants a birthday party with (leftover) turkey? As an adult though, I think Thanksgiving birthdays sound rather nice. Those are the kids and adults who probably get to see their families for their birthdays every year. And who doesn’t like leftover turkey?

Also: do you think Ashton and Mila will have another one? If he wants another, I think he’ll probably be able to talk her into it.



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  1. Alix says:

    Hope the baby gets a better name than his sister. “Wyatt Kutcher” is kinda tough.

  2. Shambles says:

    So are they going to name him Elizabeth, or Charlotte?
    I kid. Congrats to them. Idk, I get some, “I hate being pregnant” vibes from her. I bet she’s done after this one.

    • Locke Lamora says:

      No, but seriously, why not? They were all preachy about non-gender normative names, so now I expect them to follow up with this one too. Why is a boy’s name good for a girl but a girl’s name isn’t for a boy? It still implies that girls are beneath boys.

      I mean, I know they won’t do it which is probably better for the poor kid, but even in this ultra PC world there is still no equality.

      • pinetree13 says:

        Yep, you’ve brought up something that no one likes to talk about. While some might give an odd look, for the most part it is okay to give a girl a ‘boy’s’ name. However, to do the reverse is considered blasphemous! In fact, girl’s names are so “tainted” with their “inferior girlness” that it has been well documented that names tend to follow a trend. They go from “Strictly for boys” to “unisex” to “strictly for girls”. And never the reverse of that order.

        For example, Ashley and Leslie used to be strictly boy’s names. Then girl’s started using them. So now no one wants to use them for boys.

    • mkyarwood says:

      Lorraine, Valerie, Beverly, Meredith, Francis, Jocelyn, Hillary (ha!), the list is long and used to be male, just like the colour pink.

  3. Cool Character says:

    Having a thanksgiving birthday is great!

  4. Patricia says:

    If she’s done she’s done! I’m saying that as a very uncomfortable lady, nearing the end of my first trimester with my second baby. This baby is kicking my ass already and I know that my body will be done carrying babies after this one. We will adopt if we want a third and fourth child.
    If a woman really feels like she doesn’t want another pregnancy then that’s probably it. A man can’t imagine how hard it is. I mean this is all speculation, because we don’t know how Mila has been feeling. But I can tell you that for me, my first pregnancy was fairly easy but having nonstop morning sickness with a toddler to care for… yeah I’m done.

  5. MMS says:

    I hate my birthday, which was Nov. 30 everyone forgets it, thinks its the 31st (even though there’s only 30 days in November) and frankly this year I tried to avoid it.

  6. Rhiley says:

    Don’t you think, though, that they did like Kim and Kanye and made so that they would only have a boy?

  7. Jenna says:


  8. minx says:

    Cute couple, congrats to them.

    • jrihhh says:

      She dresses like a bag lady.

      • Wiffie says:

        You’ve never been 42 weeks pregnant, have you?

        At 32 weeks i started growing out of maternity clothes. Maternity shirts became belly shirts and every pair of Pants SUCKS. You feel like a waddly whale but can’t even make yourself feel pretty because nothing nice fits. That’s where bitch face comes in. I think she looks pretty fab 🙂

      • Bread and Circuses says:

        And here I was admiring her for how she was dressed: She isn’t wearing maternity wear. She’s in regular clothes that are either large enough to fit or adjusted to accommodate her belly. Go, Mila! Not everyone can do that when they’re pregnant, and not having to go buy a special wardrobe to get you through the last three months must make life so much easier. 🙂

      • sandy says:

        this is an unkind comment and smacks of ignorance. have you ever been pregnant? she’s doing the best she can to be comfortable, which when you have a huge belly (she’s also not very large as a person) is NOT easy. i think she looks good.

      • Neverwintersand says:

        Plus, Mila is super tiny, so regular maternity wear could simply be to long/wide for her. So she probably had a real struugle to find anything, that wood fit her tiny frame but still cover the belly.

      • shannon says:

        She is wearing maternity clothes, you can see the belly panel on the jeans in the bottom picture. They make maternity clothes in all sizes because all size women get pregnant and they are just more comfy than bigger regular clothes.
        I think she looks great.

  9. Krysten says:

    Yes as a kid it was annoying. My bday is November 26th. Some years it would fall on thanksgiving so youd have the thanksgiving craziness and also shoving a bday cake in there somewhere lol. But as I’m older with 5 kids I dont care. But now I have a boy whos bday is a week before xmas and a boy whos bday is a week after xmas 😨

    • Scarlet Vixen says:

      My youngest child’s birthday is also Nov 26! She just turned 4. We make sure to keep Thanksgiving and her bday as 2 separate events so she has her ‘own’ day. Last year Thanksgiving was on the 26th, so we had some cupcakes as one of the desserts, then held her party on Sat. She is still young enough to think it’s great that we celebrated twice. 🙂 My 2nd daughter’s bday is Dec 11, so she always has Christmas decorations in the background of all her birthday pictures, but what can you do.

      • Wiffie says:

        My girl just turned 4 on Nov 13! 🙂

        The one thing about her birthday that stinks is party planning. It’s rainy season and cold here so no outdoor parties. So unless i want to pay out the tush for a venue, i have to clean my house and fill it up with craziness, then do cleanup. The struggle….

    • ab says:

      I’m the 27th, and was born on thanksgiving. I always liked it as a kid! birthday cake is still a staple dessert at my mom’s dinner even if I’m not there or it’s not my actual birthday. also, I always got all kinds of money from forgetful relatives who would show up and feel guilty that they forgot my birthday. they’d shove $10 in an envelope (or $20 as I got older) and give it to me as a gift. lol.

      • Krysten says:

        Yes. That is my life with all 5 kiddos. My oldest is only 8 so we have always had a party here. We tell him theres no sense in paying out the ass for a party somewhere else where you are basically paying for other kids to come..nope! It will be interesting with my holidays boys. One will be 1 year old on December 19 and the other will be 2 on January 8. (Yes i had 2 babies in the year 2015 😨 lol)

    • hogtowngooner says:

      My birthday is in mid-October and always falls around Canadian Thanksgiving. I’m not much of a birthday-partier but maybe it’s because I knew everyone was away with their families anyway.

  10. Sayrah says:

    Congrats to them!

  11. NeoCleo says:

    The kids must be insanely cute with these two as parents.

  12. L says:

    Christmas baby here (Dec 25th )…it was annoying as a kid now I don’t really care.

  13. me says:

    She’ll have another if she thinks she can handle it. She’s a tough cookie, no way Ashton talks her into anything.

  14. miasys says:

    Congrats to them, I think she looks great. Especially considering how tiny she is. Nowhere for that baby to go but out. My daughter was born a week before Halloween and my son Nov 1. So I kind of get the holiday hassle, but it’s nothing like a Christmas birthday. That’s got to be tough for a kid.