Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 17 April 2014

Mila Kunis: Being single rocked

Mila Kunis

Mila Kunis has revealed she “loved” being single.

The 29-year-old actress has been dating Ashton Kutcher since last summer and their relationship is thought to be getting serious. Although Mila is smitten with her former That '70s Show co-star, she has fond memories of life before she settled down.

“For four years, I was single. An amazing time. An amazing time. I love being single,” she said in an interview for the new issue of Allure magazine.

Mila’s romance with Ashton has been a source of public interest and is constantly hitting the headlines.

The Ukrainian born beauty finds it difficult to handle paparazzi following her around, trying to get a shot of her with Ashton. Mila revealed she is worried that the invasion into her life is putting her safety – and the safety of family and friends - at risk.

“You can look [online] and see what Starbucks I go to. You can look and see what gym I go to. You can go online and look at my daily activities,” she explained. “And they have no concept of what kind of danger that puts people in... You’re constantly worried that something’s going to get out that’s going to put your life in danger or your loved ones.”

Mila graces the front cover of Allure and in the accompanying photoshoot she poses in a Fendi jumper, as well as a skimpy T-shirt and briefs designed by Marc Jacobs.

She has attracted admirers all over the world for her stunning face and figure, and famously bared her body for sex scenes in the romantic comedy Friends with Benefits.

Although Mila is comfortable with nudity, she is reluctant to ever expose too much flesh.

“I showed side boob. I don’t need to show ass. You get one or the other. You don’t get both,” she smiled.

Mila previously dated Macaulay Culkin, who she was with for several years after their relationship began in 2002.

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