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Mila and Ashton ‘join neighbourhood watch’

Published 01/04/2015

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher have reportedly joined the neighbourhood watch group of their Beverly Hills community.

The couple, who are parents to six-month-old daughter Wyatt, moved to a $10 million house in a Beverly Hills gated community last year.

And according to reports, Mila and Ashton have joined a private social network for the community that allows residents to report local activities.

“It’s somewhat of a neighbourhood-watch forum,” a source told Us Weekly. “They all post when they hear helicopters, see police or someone is having a party.”

Nicole Kidman and Cameron Diaz also live in the 90210 community, but are not believed to be part of the neighbourhood watch program.

The insider added to the publication that being involved in the social network adds to Mila and Ashton’s appreciation of their home.

“They love where they live,” the source continued. “They always take walks with Wyatt and their dogs,” the insider says.

Mila recently opened up about her new lifestyle in a chat on Reddit.

The 31-year-old actress has had a drastic change since welcoming Wyatt into the world.

But she insists she is thrilled to be able to give her daughter her full attention.

“I am proud to be a stay-at-home mom,” she said. “I [now] want an eco-friendly car, I want to compost everything, because I want the world to be better for [Wyatt].”

Ashton’s views have also been changed since becoming a father.

The 37-year-old recently posted bemoaning the lack of changing facilities in men’s toilets in Los Angeles.

"There are NEVER diaper changing stations in men's restrooms," he wrote.

"The first public men's room I go into that has one gets a shout on my FB page! #BeTheChange."

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