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It's not often that a mother will encourage their child's drink habit, especially if they're just a kid. But according to Mila Kunis, her three-year-old daughter Wyatt gets a sip of wine every Friday.
The Ted and Family Guy actor has admitted that she and her husband Ashton Kutcher regularly let their daughter partake in some vino as part of the family's religious ritual.
It comes as part of the customary meal on the eve of Shabbat, Judaism's day of rest and seventh day of the week. I mean, personally I think more religions should include drinking as part of their traditions, but that's just me.
"We do Shabbat at our house," Kunis explained in an interview with Extra. "At Shabbat, you have a sip of wine. My daughter had a sip of wine since she was born...
"Friday mornings she wakes up and I say, 'It's Friday,' and she says, 'I can have wine!'"
Kunis has been largely out of the spotlight since her last screen appearance in 2016's Bad Moms. In the film she played an uptight mother who learned to loosen up after her husband cheated on her with a camgirl.
Despite this laid-back attitude, Kunis said that parenthood has taught her some important lessons - she also has an eleven-month-old son with Kushner named Dmitri.
While having children is exhausting, she said, it has made her more selfless as a person, a sentiment that parents everywhere will share.
"What motherhood shows you is how selfless you can get," the actor told Marie Claire as part of their November Power issue. "I'm ragged tired. Who cares? My kids are healthy, I'm happy."
While Kunis and Kutcher are doing their best to keep their children happy, Kunis has been clear that there is no risk of them growing up without knowing the value of the hustle.
Speaking particularly about her eldest daughter, Wyatt, Kunis said: "What I want my daughter to learn from me is the value of hard work."
In the interview Kunis also admitted that her job as an A-list actress in Hollywood can occasionally leave her with 'anger'.
"I do sometimes come back from work like, 'What the fuck?'" she said. "But anger is good. It motivates us to strive to be better."
Words: Chris Ogden
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