Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher will be in a major Super Bowl commercial, but this was the reason they did it.
Mila Kunis is giving an honest answer to why she and her husband Ashton Kutcher were eager to film a Cheetos commercial. For the next Super Bowl: It meant a few days off from parenthood.
“It was quarantine and we were stuck with our kids for nine, 12 months right now, and I was like, ‘Two days, baby! Two days off, ‘” the actress, 37, joked to Entertainment Tonight.
“We said, ‘Yeah, okay, let’s do it.’ And so we did. And I hate to say it, but we were like, ‘Freedom!’ It was amazing! ”Declared the actress.
Kunis and Kutcher, 42, have two children: their daughter Wyatt Isabelle, 6, and their son Dimitri Portwood, 4.
“I love my children so much! So much!” Kunis clarified.
Before saying, “I’ve never been so excited to wake up at 5 in the morning to say, ‘I’m going to work! And I left the house ”.
“My children said: ‘You are abandoning us!’ And I was like, ‘Relax,’ ”the actress joked.
Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, and their children have grown closer
Kunis also shared that “her entire family is already codependent,” adding that the coronavirus pandemic “just fuels all of our codependency.”
“And my husband and I were super codependent for about eight years and in this pandemic, our children say, ‘Where are you going?’ And I was like, ‘The bathroom,’ ” Mila Kunis commented.
“We have not left. We are in the house. Yes, it was very strange for them. They forgot that we have to get out of the house, ”Kunis said.
The couple, who met as teens on the set of That ’70s Show, recently gave their first interview together since they tied the knot in 2015.
On an episode of the Teach Me Something New podcast with host Brit Morin, they talked about life at home with their two children.
Showing their fatherly pride in calling their children the “greatest human beings ever created,” Kunis said the couple takes a low-key approach to parenting and enjoys being “goofy at home.”
“We are very dumb parents when it comes to our children, but we don’t have [skills]. I think that’s just being idiots, ”Kunis said.
“I think we feel comfortable acting silly at home, but I think that comes from the idea of being comfortable in your own body, in your skin, and your mind,” he stated.