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Mila Kunis says her kids don't get presents for Christmas

Mom told Santa to stay home! The 34-year-old who stars in A Bad Moms Christmas is Jewish but said she started celebrating a secular Christmas when she moved to the US Mila Kunis says her kids don't get presents for Christmas
Stacy Diaz | 11 October, 2017, 03:35

While promoting the upcoming comedy sequel, A Bad Moms Christmas, Mila Kunis revealed that she and husband Ashton Kutcher don't intend to give their children Christmas presents.

The couple's daughter Wyatt, who just turned three, and son Dimitri, who turns one in November, did get gifts past year, courtesy of their grandparents, but Mila and Ashton, 39, decided they didn't like it. From the breezy way they got to know each other (they met years and years ago on the set of "That '70s Show" when Mila was 14 to Ashton's 19 but started casually seeing eachother while both single in 2012) to their modest honeymoon cruising around California in an RV, they seem to keep things real. She says they celebrated past year with their daughter, and it was just too much.

Kunis said that they are endeavouring to give their children a well-rounded upbringing that includes going to the library and reading books together. "So far, our tradition is no presents for the kids", she said to Entertainment Tonight.

Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, Kunis, 34, said the couple have chose to do things differently as part of their efforts not to raise the children as "a***holes". "My kids are healthy, I'm happy". However, she has embraced Christmas since coming to America as a child and puts her own spin on it. In Russia, back in the day, it was a very religious holiday, so you don't celebrate Christmas if you're not Christian and if you're not at Mass. "It's all family time..."

"Otherwise, we'd like to take a charitable donation, to the Children's Hospital or a pet (or) whatever you want, '" Mila added.

"Yeah, we're not gonna raise a**holes! But, you know, there's some nice people". It's a bit inspirational, especially since we have a feeling they've got everything they need and then some, but - we just can't imagine the holiday without them.

"I'm ragged exhausted", the star of A Bad Moms Christmas told Marie Claire's November issue.