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Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher’s Baby Is Called Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher

But good luck guessing what she looks like

There are eight possibilities for what Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher’s newborn might look like, and one of them has hooves.

In a post on the website aplus.com, Kutcher said that his new daughter’s name is Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher, E! reports.

But, in a tease to celebrity-baby watchers, the new father declined to reveal what the child who goes by that name looks like, posting to the website six photos of tiny tots — plus one photo of a dog, and another of what might be a young goat (or maybe an alpaca).

“Mila and I would like to welcome Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher to the world. May your life be filled with wonder, love, laughter, health, happiness, curiosity, and privacy,” said Kutcher.

“Can you guess which one is ours, or does it really matter? All babies are cute,” he said.

Wyatt was born on Tuesday night at Los Angeles’ Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, E! says.

Commenters on the aplus.com link Kutcher posted to Facebook congratulated the couple on the birth, as well as on choosing a “nice, normal name.”

More than 1,000 commentators tussled on aplus.com over which baby belonged to the famous couple and appeared to come to a consensus that all the pictures are of the same baby — except for the dog and goat, of course.

TIME celebrities

Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis Welcome Baby Girl

PEOPLE has confirmed the birth of the former That '70s Show co-stars' first child

Congratulations are in order for actors Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis. PEOPLE confirmed Wednesday the two have welcomed a baby girl, the couple’s first child together.

The birth of their daughter is the latest big news for the former That ’70s Show co-stars, who in February announced their engagement, just one month before Kunis’ pregnancy was confirmed.

The baby is said to be “here and healthy” according to PEOPLE.

Read more at PEOPLE.com

TIME Family

Mila Kunis Gets Unbelievably Candid About Childbirth

Mila Kunis on the cover of the July issue of Marie Claire Marie Claire

This is the definition of real talk

Mila Kunis is really not sugarcoating pregnancy. Earlier this week, the actress jokingly called out Jimmy Kimmel for saying “we’re pregnant” when referring to the baby he’s expecting with his wife. And now that Kunis is preparing for the birth of her first child, it sounds like she knows exactly what she wants.

“Two people are allowed in my delivery room,” Kunis told Marie Claire for its July cover story. “My doctor and my significant other [her fiancé Ashton Kutcher]. And he is staying above the action. He’ll be head to head. Not head to vag. Unless he wants to risk his life and see. But I wouldn’t if I were him. I highly doubt he wants to see that being ripped apart and shredded. Because it will be shredded. It’s just a matter of how badly.”

Luckily for Kunis, Kutcher is probably familiar with how the female body looks after giving birth. After all, the actor was married to Demi Moore, who has three children with former husband Bruce Willis, for eight years.

And Kunis recognizes that there are perks of being pregnant, namely her breasts growing. “They’ve tripled in size,” Kunis said. “I was a 34A; now I’m a 36C. I’m so excited! I’m telling everyone I know, ‘Go ahead, touch them!'”

On a more sentimental note, the actress explained how her long-time friendship with her That 70s Show co-star Ashton Kutcher blossomed into a relationship. “One day, it just changed,” she said. “All of a sudden, it wasn’t the same. And I was really proud of myself for acknowledging that. The best day of my life so far was the proposal. I cried. I was a mess. Not to discredit any relationships in my past, but this relationship is different.”

[Marie Claire]

TIME Parenting

Yes, Mila Kunis, WE Are Pregnant

Mila Kunis is pregnant. And so is Ashton Kutcher. (Sort of.)
Mila Kunis is pregnant. And so is Ashton Kutcher. (Sort of.) Jon Kopaloff—FilmMagic

Maybe we can't physically carry and bear that baby, but we can—and do—share in the pitfalls and joys

The road to completing our family was fraught with four years of bad luck and emotional torment. So when we finally got a positive pregnancy test and then made it to the 12-week mark, you know what I shouted to anyone who would listen?

“WE’RE PREGNANT!!”

But according to Mila Kunis, the actress and ridiculously beautiful person who is having a child with Ashton Kutcher, my words were poorly chosen and out of bounds.

Kunis, in what was actually a really funny segment on Jimmy Kimmel Live, corrected the host when Kimmel said he and his wife are pregnant and expecting a child in February. Then she launched into a fake public service announcement.

“Hi, I’m Mila Kunis with a very special message for all you soon-to-be fathers. Stop saying, ‘We’re pregnant,’” she joked. “You’re not pregnant! Do you have to squeeze a watermelon-sized person out of your lady-hole? No. Are you crying alone in your car listening to a stupid Bette Midler song? No.”

Even though I’m someone who says, “We’re pregnant,” the bit made me laugh and I thought it was well done. I even posted it to Facebook with a message saying I disagreed with the premise, but had a good laugh.

And that’s when things got ugly.

Apparently some women are very touchy about the whole “We’re pregnant” thing. Comments like “WE aren’t carrying the baby, I am!” and “YOU aren’t going to have your most holy of orifices stretched, I am!” began arriving in droves. And those women are right.

Men cannot get pregnant. Men will never know what it’s like to endure morning sickness, lose control of our bladders (when we haven’t even been drinking), or have a miniature Jean-Claude Van Damme going all Bloodsport on our internal organs. Carrying and birthing a child is something only women have to endure, and the whole process is much harder on them than on us dads.

But that’s not what “we’re pregnant” means when I say it, and it’s certainly not how my wife interprets it. (I asked her.)

“We’re pregnant” means “We’re having a baby.” It means, “As a dad, I’m excited as hell.” It means, “This is actually happening.” But most importantly, when I say “We’re pregnant,” I’m letting everyone know that even though I’m not carrying the baby, I’m fully invested.

I’ll be at all the OB visits, I’ll read the baby books, and I won’t come near you with that smelly food that doesn’t even really smell but you think it smells so I’ll eat in the basement to avoid you vomiting for the 456th time.

Even though I didn’t go through the pains of pregnancy and childbirth, I was with my wife every step. Holding her hair back through the nausea, holding her hand through contractions, and getting her Kit-Kats and grapefruit (yes, seriously) when she had cravings.

Or, think of it this way:

While I’m not a professional athlete, I am a lifelong Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots fan. Fanatic, actually. I’m a crazy person with my sports. That means I sat through the dark years of the Sox and the even darker pre-2001 era of the Patriots. I invested money in the team via tickets and merchandise, I subscribed to the local cable channel that shows the baseball games, I brought them good fortune through a bevy of “lucky” trinkets that absolutely influenced the outcome of games, and I lived and died on every pitch and play.

So despite never donning a Sox jersey or strapping on football pads, guess what I said when my favorite teams won their respective championships?

“WE’RE CHAMPIONS!!”

Even though “We’re pregnant” is technically wrong because it ignores some biological impossibilities, my wife understands and appreciates the intent behind my words. Others might feel differently, and that’s fine, too. To each his and her own.

But during a time when more dads are stepping up and heeding the clarion call for added involvement, I’m not sure striking “We’re pregnant” from the expectant-parent vernacular sends the most productive message. If you have a supportive and doting partner, is this really the hill you want to die on while quibbling over semantics?

All I know is if that + sign ever appears on that magic stick again, my wife and I will happily announce: we are pregnant. And then I’ll stock up on Kit-Kats.

Aaron Gouveia is a husband, father of two boys, and writes for his site, The Daddy Files.

TIME Late Night

Mila Kunis to Expectant Fathers: Stop Saying ‘We’re Pregnant’

Kunis said she had a "very special message for all you soon-to-be fathers"

On Tuesday night, actress Mila Kunis dropped by Jimmy Kimmel Live, and had some choice words for fathers-to-be who use the phrase, “We’re expecting.”

“Oh, you’re both having a baby?” the expectant Ted star asked sarcastically. “You and your wife are pregnant?”

“You’re not pregnant,” Kunis, grabbing a mike. “Do you have to squeeze a watermelon-sized person out of your lady hole? No.”

Kunis, 30, is expecting a child with fiancé Ashton Kutcher. Kimmel’s wife Molly McNearney is also pregnant with the couple’s first child.

 

TIME movies

Jupiter Ascending Won’t Hit Theaters Until 2015

Sorry, Channing Tatum fans. Warner Bros. has postponed the release of the sci-fi blockbuster just six weeks before its premiere date. The film, which stars Tatum and Mila Kunis, will now hit theaters in 2015

Well, it looks like bad news for summer sci-fi. Though the premiere of Jupiter Ascending was slated for July 18, the space-themed film has been delayed until February, 2015.

The film, which stars Mila Kunis and Channing Tatum, follows a cleaning woman (Kunis) who discovers that she’s actually the heir to the Earth and in need of protection from an alien warrior (Tatum). While the film was set to be a part of this summer’s series of big-budget films, Deadline reports that Warner Bros. postponed the premiere citing directors Andy and Lana Wachowski need for “more time to complete visual effects work on their CG-heavy space epic.”

Domestic distribution chief Dan Fellman confirmed the need for more time to Variety, saying, ”With the July release date, they were just not going to make it on time. A lot of the issue for us was getting it ready for the international release, since the foreign territories need additional time.”

The film was reportedly made for an astronomical $150 million and, judging from the trailers, a large portion of that budget has already gone into the special effects.

[Deadline]

TIME Mila Kunis

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher Are Expecting

A friend of the recently engaged couple tells People that Ashton, 36, and Mila, 30, who met on the set of That 70s Show and began dating in 2012, are expecting a baby. There's been no official announcement yet

Recently engaged Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are having a baby.

A friend of the actor couple told People that it’s still early in the pregnancy, and denied rumors that they were expecting twins.

“They are both very, very happy,” the friend said.

People also reports that the couple doesn’t seem to be in a hurry to walk down the aisle. “It won’t necessarily be a short engagement,” a friend told the magazine. “They haven’t begun planning the wedding yet.”

Kutcher and Kunis met on the set of That ‘70s Show’ in 1998 and have remained friends since. The couple began dating in 2012.

[People]

TIME celebrities

Mila Kunis And Ashton Kutcher Are Engaged (Unofficially)

The couple hasn't confirmed the news yet but sources expect them to soon

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are about to tie the knot, People and E! News report.

The celebrity couple hasn’t confirmed the engagement, but according to anonymous sources quoted on People and E! News, the engagement will soon be made official. This week Mila Kunis was spotted with a giant diamond ring on her finger when she was out shopping.

The couple has been dating for close to two years and rumors about their engagement have been swirling for months. They met when co-starring on That 70’s Show.

[People, E! News]

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