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Mila Kunis made selfless by motherhood

Published 03/05/2016

Mila Kunis
Mila Kunis

Mila Kunis doesn't "let loose" as much as she used to now she's a mother.

Mila Kunis was ready to ditch her selfishness when she became a mother.

The 32-year-old actress welcomed daughter Wyatt with husband Ashton Kutcher in 2014, and the couple quickly settled into parenthood. With a little one to look out for, Mila left her old ways behind to put her tot first - and she wouldn't have it any other way.

“I reprioritised my life, in all honesty," the star told Entertainment Tonight. “I travelled through all my 20s and I was very selfish... In a good way, not in a way I regret. And I think having a kid made me realise how incredibly selfless I want to be.

"It does change the way you think and look at life. I would never trade it for the world... But I know that when we decided to have a kid, we were ready to no longer be selfish. Or at least start the process, because innately, as humans, we are really selfish people.”

Wyatt has even helped Mila learn new things about herself, such as how to be a great partner and wife to Ashton as well as a strong woman in order to be a responsible mother.

She manages her time better now she's a parent too seeing as her daughter dictates what time she's up in the morning.

“I can let loose as much as I want, but at 6:45 in the morning she's awake, so so am I,” Mila grinned. “They don't care that I let loose the night before... Honestly, I don't know what letting loose means, probably not going to sleep at 9:30.”

With this outlook on life and being a parent, the title of Mila's new movie, Bad Moms, couldn't be further from the truth. She stars alongside fellow mothers Kristen Bell, Christina Applegate, Jada Pinkett Smith, Kathryn Hahn, and Annie Mumolo, with the film due out later this year (16).

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