5 Fun facts about Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis' baby girl
The truth is, in the early hours of the Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis baby news, we don't really know anything — other than that the adorable couple had a girl. That doesn't mean we can't share a few truths that are self-evident, based on what we know about Kutcher and Kunis.
She will be gorgeous
She will have a normal name
This couple has always come across as grounded and down-to-earth — the two hilarious friends you would make sure to invite when you head out for a beer on Friday night. We don't see any attention-getting, f'd up, made-up names coming from these two. We don't anticipate their new babe will be named after a fruit, or a compass direction or a large dangerous animal.
She will know the value of hard work
Remember when Kutcher took to the podium at the Teen Choice Awards and told an audience of kids, "Opportunity looks a lot like hard work." He went on to say that the sexiest thing in the world is being smart, thoughtful and generous. We doubt this baby girl will grow up, pull a Miley Cyrus and go about sexy all wrong.
We may not know much about the newest addition to the Kutcher-Kunis household, but we know after listening to Kutcher's passionate speech that he will be a great dad.
She will be funny
This is probably as obvious as saying that this couple's baby is gorgeous, but how can she also not be funny? Her parents have performed comedy for much of their careers, and in every picture we see them in they are either laughing or smiling. We figured out Kunis is genuinely funny when she did an interview with BBC Radio's Chris Stark, and she accepted his invitation to go to the pub and a football game. In the interview, she wants to keep chatting it up with Stark instead of talk about the movie she's supposed to be promoting.
She will be a tomboy
Momma Mila is known for being one of the boys, which comes to her easily because she grew up as a tomboy. In an interview with Static, she revealed, "Yes, I have an older brother, he's six years older than me, so when I was like three, four, five, little, my parents would always be like, 'Go play with Mike,' and they were like, 'Go take your little sister.' I grew up in a small town in Ukraine, where kids went and played in the neighborhood all day long. You got kicked out of the house, and you ran around for eight, nine hours, and you came back completely scraped up and bloody and starving. Your parents fed you, washed you and put you to bed.
"You didn't watch TV, you didn't play video games. There were more boys in the neighborhood than there were girls, and I idolized my brother to no end, so for sure I was a tomboy. I could climb the tallest tree with the best of them. I did not know I was a girl until I started liking boys. Like when I developed a crush on my brother's friend, when I was like, eight let's say, and I was like, 'He's cute.' My brother was like, I think that's when his whole world crumbled, when his little sister was all of a sudden asking, 'Who's that guy?' And he was like, uh-uh. So it was very much the other direction."
While we may not know a whole lot about the newest addition to the Kutcher-Kunis family, we know this baby girl is lucky to have smart, funny and caring people as parents.