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Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher Welcome a Son

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Kutcher spilled the beans on the baby's sex back in October

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!”

One thing is for certain, though: The couple’s son will join his sister in learning how to earn in life.

“The one topic of conversation we had even prior to ever having kids was always, ‘How do you raise a child to not be an assh—?’ ” Kunis said in August, adding jokingly, “It’s a matter of teaching them from a very early age that, you know, ‘Mommy and Daddy may have a dollar, but you’re poor.’ ”

E News! was the first to report the birth.

This article originally appeared on People.com

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