Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis may be wildly successful actors, but that doesn’t mean they want the same for their 1-year-old daughter Wyatt. In fact, in a recent interview, Ashton expressed how he’s actually trying to keep his little girl as FAR away from the spotlight as possible, even referring to show biz as ‘nonsense!’
There’s no question Mila Kunis, 33, and Ashton Kutcher, 38, are doting parents. After all, they’ve been very outspoken about parenting their adorable daughter Wyatt, 1. And from ensuring she doesn’t grow up spoiled, to showering her with love and affection on a daily basis, it’s beyond obvious how much Mila and Ashton want to protect their baby! And you better believe Ashton made that abundantly clear when he spoke to Entertainment Tonight about allowing Wyatt to follow in his and his wife’s footsteps.
When asked if he’d allow Wyatt to pursue a career in the spotlight, Ashton’s papa bear instincts kicked in and he gave the publication a hard “No.” But quickly after, he clarified his response. “I’m doing everything I can to keep her away from you guys, man!” he joked. “As long as it’s not a choice that she’s making, it’s my job to protect her from all of this nonsense.”
Aw, that’s pretty sweet actually! We love how Ashton clearly has his daughter’s best interest at heart. But although he and Mila are currently expecting baby number two, the actor admitted that he and his wife are FAR from perfect — we love the honesty! I mean, remember when Wyatt dropped the “F” bomb and Ashton took to Instagram to reveal the face he made after she swore? Pretty hilarious!
“Mila comes into the bedroom and is like, ‘Puppy peed on the stairwell,’ and I go ‘F—,’ and I walk away like this,” The Ranch star told the publication. “And all of a sudden, I hear behind me, ‘F—.’ I turn around and she legitimately is like this: ‘F—,’ ” he continued, miming his daughter walking away to copy her dad’s movements.
“And I was like, ‘Fox. I said fox! Papa said fox.’ And she was like, ‘F—,’ and I was like, ‘No,fox. I said fox!’ And she’s like, ‘Fooox.’ Fox is fine. She [can go] with fox all day.” Oops! Kids really do say the darndest things.
Tell us, HollywoodLifers — do you think Ashton has the right idea about parenting?