Mila Kunis Would Rather Be At Home With Wyatt, Showbiz “Doesn’t Matter” Any More

Mila Kunis revealed she'd rather swap red carpets for time with baby W
Mila Kunis revealed she'd rather swap red carpets for time with baby Wyatt Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic

Getting her priorities straight! New mom Mila Kunis looked sensational on her first post-baby red carpet on Monday, Feb. 2 — but the stunning actress revealed she would rather be home with baby Wyatt than looking glam at her movie's premiere!

The 31-year-old brunette looked gorgeous in a black strapless gown which showed off her skinny waist as she posed for photos at the premiere for her latest movie, Jupiter Ascending, which had been due to be released in summer 2014.

But despite gushing about her experience of working with costars Channing Tatum and Eddie Redmayne, Kunis told reporters the birth of her little girl Wyatt in October 2014 had put her and her fiance Ashton Kutcher's priorities in order.

When asked what the most surprising thing was about motherhood, Kunis had no hesitation. "How little any of this matters," she explained, gesturing to the showbiz hoopla around her movie release. "Not to say that this is meaningless. But like truly how little this matters and how much I'd rather be home right now," she admitted.

While work comes second to baby Wyatt, the former That ‘70s Show star admitted working with actors like Tatum and Redmayne did have its perks.

"Channing's got a very good natural male odor about him. I thought that was very pleasant considering we were attached to each other for so long under thousand volt lights. He smells really nice," she revealed.

Kutcher, who didn't pose with the mother of his child during the event, had told Ellen DeGeneres recently that their little family of three was doing just swell, and didn't want to take on any help just now.
“[It’s] just the two of us," Kutcher told the talk show host. "It's awesome. It's unbelievable. We just want to know our kid," Kutcher explained. "We want to be the people that know what to do when the baby’s crying to make the baby not cry anymore…and I think the only way to do that is by being the one who’s there."

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