It’s Official – Mila Kunis IS Pregnant! The Actress Confirms The News On The Ellen DeGeneres Show – And Reveals Her Weird Cravings…

Hollywood couple Mila and Ashton managed to keep this little secret for quite some time, before officially revealing the happy news on the <em>Ellen DeGeneres Show</em>. They may be of the celebrity world’s best couples (Ashton really was Mila’s first ki

by Sarah Gibbons |
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Speculation has been rife over the past few months that the one of the hottest couples in Hollywood, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, are expecting a baby - and now it’s finally official! Mila confirmed the happy news on the Ellen DeGeneres show yesterday.

Wearing a crisp white dress and her sparkling engagement ring, the Oz the Great and Powerful actress, 30, finally broke her silence on the show and admitted that the couple were able to hide her pregnancy for a very long time, which was ‘amazing’.

The actress didn’t reveal whether her and Ashton were expecting a boy or a girl (despite Ellen’s best efforts!), but did hint at the fact that they had picked a name.

Speaking about her pregnancy cravings Mila admitted hers were very ‘stereotypical’ vinegar-based foods. ‘I eat sauerkraut all day long. It’s the worst craving to have because it’s so smelly: Every time you open it, stinks out the whole kitchen.’

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‘Ashton assumed I was going to have goofy cravings, so he stocked our secondary fridge with weird food – pickles, sauerkraut, anchovies and ice creams…just in case during this pregnancy, I’d be like "I really want something!".

‘And it happened last week, I was like, "Oh my God, I need a pickle…" Like it was just the weirdest thing.  I needed this pickle. And he was like hold on a second, and disappeared in the backyard and came back with the most amazing dill pickle of all time,’ she joked.

Mila mentioned that Ashton was also learning Russian so he would be able to speak to the baby in Mila’s native language – and he’s been taking lessons for about six months (a little clue on her due date, perhaps?!).

When it comes to giving birth, it’s looks like Mila is hoping for the the all-natural route, without an epidural. ‘I want to do it as naturally as possible,' she said.

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