Mila Kunis has celebrated her new role as a mother by designing a special ring to raise money for good causes.
Kunis marked the arrival of her daughter Wyatt by creating the 18-carat yellow gold and emerald band to bring in funds for a maternity center in Zambia.
The actress is a global ambassador for jewelery company Gemfields and she has been working with the firm and the Marina B brand on her new project.
She tells Vogue, “Carrying a child and bringing new life into the world marks the start of an incredible journey. Throughout history, every culture has its own way of recognising this extraordinary event, often with a gift for mother or child. Precious green emeralds are traditionally symbols of motherhood, wisdom, and long-lasting love. But they are also a symbol for hope in many cultures, and so the proceeds from this collection of Motherhood Rings will benefit the opening of Gemfields Nkana Health Centre, where four new wards have been built – a major undertaking that will have long-lasting benefits to the local community.”
All profits from the ring, which costs $4,800, will go towards upgrading the center.
Kunis welcomed her daughter, her first child with fiance Ashton Kutcher, last month.