Mila Kunis interview (video): Breastfeeding is a great workout

In her first interview since having baby Wyatt, Mila Kunis shares why she loves breastfeeding, how she stays energized through long new-baby days and more.

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Craig Ferguson of the Late, Late Show snagged Mila Kunis's first post-baby interview, on Wednesday, December 10.

Mila, 31, and hubby Ashton Kutcher, 36, welcomed their first child—a baby girl whom they named Wyatt Isabelle—just two months ago.

As Craig pointed out, Mila looked great the little black dress she wore on the show (and I know, I know, it's her job to look great ASAP after baby). When he asked if she had a specific workout regime, she credited breastfeeding and the baby for the weight loss.

“You know, it's called 'baby,'" she replied. "Breastfeeding is a great workout.”

"I seem to eat a lot," she added. "That’s what keeps me going through the day.”


Mila and Craig also got into a lengthy discussion about the difference between raising boys and girls.

“It is completely different—everything,” Mila says, noting she knows this because she has a new baby nephew.

And when Craig cautioned her about raising girls during the teen years, Mila insisted, “That's not my problem. That’s Daddy’s problem." Ha! I like that philosophy—takes a bit of the pressure off for now!


OK, enough talk! Watch the interview yourself; it's cute (the Dracula accent bit is the best)!

Mila's currently promoting her new flick, Jupiter Ascending—but says she's enjoying the "luxury" of being at home with her family these days.

xo Haley-O
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This article was originally published on Dec 12, 2014

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