Three months after welcoming her son Dimitri, Mila Kunis returned to the red carpet to promote her upcoming film “A Bad Moms Christmas” at CinemaCon in Las Vegas.
The actress talked to “Extra’s” Renee Bargh, dishing on life at home with two kids, saying her daughter Wyatt is a great big sister. “She didn’t regress… She’s awesome. They have a two-year difference, so I think that's just enough for her to remember everything that is happening and enough for her to never remember being an only child. So she doesn't remember a world without him.”
Mila said her kids are spoiled by their grandparents. “Well, when I was little, my parents — if I was lucky — would get me one gift,” she remembers. "Now, for my daughter, it's like the entire Toys ‘R' Us blows up in my house.” She added, “It’s crazy how different grandparents are than parents.”
Kunis is excited to bring “Bad Moms” back, even if making movies can disrupt her status as a stay-at-home mom. “To me, I love the [‘Bad Moms’] movies so much, it’s worth it.”
The actress promises “A Bad Moms Christmas,” in theaters November 3, will be even crazier than the original.