Mila Kunis stuns in monochrome as she makes rare public appearance
Published 15/04/2016 | 15:30
Mila Kunis has kept a low profile since the birth of her first child.
But the Ukranian-born actress made an elegant public appearance on Thursday night at the CinemaCon event in Las Vegas.
The actress, who has an 18-month-old daughter Wyatt with husband Ashton Kutcher, stunned in a monochrome empire line dress.
She was joined by Bad Moms co-star Christina Applegate, Annie Mumolo and Kathryn Hahn as they accepted the award for Female Stars of the Year at the event, thrown by movie theater owners.
Since the arrival of Wyatt in October 2014, life has changed for high-flying couple Ashton and Mila, and parenthood has seen them cut back on red carpet appearances.
"[Motherhood] is awesome,' the Black Swan actress revealed at the CinemaCon panel.
"I feel like that's all we ever talk about when we get together. We talk about kids. We're all very lucky though. We all have little ones. It's great."
Mila described little Wyatt as "crazy" and joked: "If she was here, she would just walk off the ledge. She has no concept of depth, which to me, I just don't get it."
The two-time SAG nominated actress admitted, soon after the birth of her daughter, that she found it hard to be away from her.
“I have to be honest, because I was with her every day for the first four months of her little life. I cried, I did, it’s weird. If you’re a stay at home mom, it’s a very weird feeling to all of a sudden leave your child. It’s not that I don’t trust who she’s with, it’s just the idea of not being with her.”
The low-maintenance and down-to-earth star doesn't play up for the paparazzi in her free time and is often seen in sweatpants and no make-up when moving about Hollywood with her family.
However, she has said that she finds the public scrutiny intrusive.
"I think when you are a young actor couple you are screwed. It got to a stage where I couldn't leave the house. I love what I do, but the reality is that my privacy is gone.
"I'm not complaining, I just don't like the idea that my child can't go to the park with her mother. And if she does, then I have to trail a sh*tload of paparazzi with me."