Mila Kunis has opened up about life as a new mother, insisting she has it easy with her daughter Wyatt after watching her future sister-in-law raise a baby boy.
The Black Swan beauty and her fiance Ashton Kutcher welcomed their first child together in September, just two weeks after the Two and a Half Men star’s sister, Tausha, had a son with her husband Kenny Kordisch.
Kunis returned to the spotlight on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on Wednesday night, her first talk show appearance since giving birth, and admitted little Wyatt has made her transition into parenthood a dream.
Showing off her slender, post-baby body in a black dress with side cut outs, she said, “I think (girls are easy)…
“My sister-in-law (sic) had a little boy two weeks prior to us having a little girl and it is completely different, everything.”
Craig Ferguson then warned her about girls becoming more troublesome when they hit their teens, to which she replied, “That’s not my problem, that’s daddy’s problem!”
Kunis revealed she is “not too tired” as a new mom, and credited breastfeeding with regaining her trim figure.
She explained, “Breastfeeding is a great work out.”
The actress also insisted she was grateful to be in a position to be able to take an extended break from work to bond with her baby, although she “absolutely” plans to take the tot with her when she does eventually decide to return to a movie set.
She added, “I love it. I think it’s a luxury to be able to… be a stay-at-home mum with my kid and I do find that nowadays people can’t do that… I was able to take time off and actually raise my child.”