Mila Kunis reveals Ashton Kutcher date night secrets
Published 20/02/2014 | 14:03
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher have "white T-shirt" date nights.
The 30-year-old beauty and her actor boyfriend have been dating for around two years after becoming friends on That ‘70s Show in 1998. They are often spotted out together having dinner or at the cinema.
When it comes to having nights out with her beau, Mila likes to keep things casual with simple, fun activities.
"I'll tell you: we have a thing called white T-shirt night and it's when you wear jeans and a white T-shirt and you go on a date. Nothing fancy, it's just something that you love to do," she told Cosmopolitan.com about her ideal date.
"And whether that's bowling or dinner or going to a cheese shop and have some wine or walking around. I think that's just the best thing to do - and sometimes it's just nice to stay home."
Mila is known for her sex symbol status and often appears on the front cover of top publications. Despite the attention surrounding her looks the brunette star doesn't let it go to her head.
"The amount of clothes you wear [is the difference between shooting for men's magazines and women's magazines]. For a magazine like Cosmo, you wear short dresses and you have the one pose they make you do all the time and you smile and have the big hair. And then you're in Maxim and it's half the clothes. It's very different," she explained.
"Oh no, no. I really don't [see myself as sexy]. I don't see myself as not-sexy, it's just not [one of] the top 40 adjectives I would use to describe myself. But I do see myself as confident, but if someone sees me as sexy I'm not going to argue that and say, 'No I'm not, you're crazy.' I'll just say, 'Thank you' politely."
Mila was recently named the first global spokesperson for Jim Beam bourbon. Her 30-second commercial was aired for the first time yesterday, which sees her appear in different eras of US history from the 1880s to present day.
"History asks questions of us all, even the Bean family," she tells the camera at the beginning of the ad.