Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have made headlines about their children again. But don't worry - this time, Ashton didn't get roasted for their kids' bathing routine (or lack thereof). The parents are now joking about their little ones learning how mommy and daddy first met.
Mila Kunis sat down with E! News to talk about how Wyatt, aged six, and Dimitri, aged four, found out about their parents' TV past. "Somebody told them that mommy and daddy met on a show, and so our daughter was like, 'What does that mean?'" Mila jokingly shared during the interview. "So we try to explain it to her in the most, like, safe way," the mom of two went on to explain. "I don't know if it registers; I don't even know if she cares. But no, they've never seen [the show]."
That's right - while Mila and Ashton may be chill about some other aspects of their parenting, for now, That '70s Show is off-limits for the young kids. "They're little. They're not on adult Netflix; they're on kid Netflix," the Breaking News in Yuba County star shared with E! News. So it looks like Jackie Burkhart and Michael Kelso will remain mom and dad's little secret - and there's another That '70s Show star who agrees with their approach!
Wilmer Valderrama, who played Fez on the eight-season comedy series, has since welcomed a daughter of his own named Nakano with his wife, Amanda Pacheco. And while he's proud of his work on the comedy classic, he's not quite ready to introduce Fez just yet. "I think I'm going to introduce her to Handy Manny first... I did Handy Manny on the Disney Channel for a long time, and it was an amazing show - really funny. So, I think that will be the first thing I introduce her to," he explained.
Well, with 200 episodes and a loyal fan base, something tells us that That '70s Show isn't going anywhere and will be waiting for the stars' children when the right time comes. Check back soon for more hilarious interviews with your favorite actors and actresses!