Mila Kunis & Ashton Kutcher Have Had Their Second Baby & Congratulations Are In Order
Hold onto your seats, guys, and try not to freak out. Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher have had their second child, according to E! Online, and the news has been confirmed by Kunis' publicist. I'm excited, because the couple that technically, kind of, if-you-squint began on That '70s Show have brought yet another baby into this world, and that's definitely something worth celebrating. Whether you're a fan of the pair or not — and I don't know how you could possibly not be a fan of the pair — you have to admit that what the world needs right now is more celebrity babies. Yes? No? Just me? OK...
The second child, who is said to be a boy, is reported by E! Online to have been born on November 30. As for the child's name, well you can probably guess that there's no name floating around the internet just yet. The baby boy will join their daughter, Wyatt Isabelle, in being the spawn of one of the cutest couples in Hollywood right now, so maybe we don't need to know his name right away. We already know the important things. They're excited to welcome him into the world. His last name, as far as I'm concerned, is Kunis-Kutcher. He's probably adorable AF considering who his parents are. What more do we need to know?
During an interview with Savannah Guthrie in October 2016, Kutcher spilled the beans on his baby's gender, while also revealing that little Wyatt,
...points to Mila and she’s like, 'baby brother' when she points to the belly and then she points to dad and she goes, 'Beer,' so I think she gets there’s something in the belly, but I don’t quite think that she knows that it’s not going to be a plastic doll yet.
Say it with me now: awwwwww. It's going to be hard to top using Wyatt as a name for a girl when it comes to giving this baby a moniker, but I think Kutcher and Kunis are more than up to the challenge.
Just don't expect baby pictures any time soon. The notoriously private couple, and their family, aren't here for our entertainment. We can congratulate them, but we can't demand any more access to their lives than we already have.