Not that it's much of a surprise, but Mila Kunis is one hot mama, not to mention bride-to-be! Just two months after giving birth to daughter Wyatt Isabelle, her first child with fiancé Ashton Kutcher, Kunis stopped by The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson yesterday for her first post-baby interview.
Clad in a cut-out LBD (and, of course, her stunning engagement ring) to promote her upcoming movie Jupiter Ascending, Kunis happily chatted about Wyatt and gave us a much-needed glimpse into how she and Kutcher, her former That '70s Show co-star, handle parenthood.
When Ferguson asked the actress how old her baby daughter is, Kunis replied, "Two months — nine weeks," before adding, "She's not lethargic. She moves!"
Despite that, Ferguson noted that being a parent to a baby girl should be simple, compared to the two boys he's raised. "Girls are easy," he told Kunis, which led to some cute banter.
"Yeah I think so," Kunis agreed with his assumption, to which Ferguson quipped, "Until they're teenagers." Kunis' response? "That's not my problem. That's daddy's problem!"
Her confidence comes from the experience of some close family. "My sister-in-law had a little boy two weeks prior to us having our little girl and it is completely different. Everything," she said.
Parenting aside, Kunis certainly wowed the crowd with her already-svelte frame, which Ferguson noted. "Breastfeeding is a great workout," she hilariously admitted, though she also said that she "eats a lot — that's what keeps me going through the day."