Ashton Kutcher has opened up about his Easter celebrations with Mila Kunis and their daughter Wyatt, revealing that they organised a traditional egg hunt for their little girl. However the actor admitted he's "not quite ready" for the youngster to start eating sugar until she's a bit older, so he and Mila opted for a healthier alternative to chocolate eggs.
"We didn't want to put candy in it because she's one-and-a-half and she's not quite ready – we're not quite ready for her to be ready for candy, so we did Cheerios and raisins," Ashton said during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Monday. "She loved the raisins. She was going ape for the raisins."
Ashton Kutcher has opened up about his Easter celebrations with daughter Wyatt
While Ashton and Mila don't allow Wyatt to eat sweet treats yet, it doesn't mean their house is a sugar-free zone. "We eat sugar like crazy!" Ashton confessed. "It's there. We just don't give it to [Wyatt]. I'm not ready for that. I'm not ready for that. I was eating Cinnamon Toast Crunch this morning and she was trying to hijack my Cinnamon Toast Crunch!"
The 38-year-old has been increasingly open about his 18-month-old daughter in recent weeks, and previously revealed that she has a different passion to her actor parents – dancing. Speaking during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show at the beginning of March, Ashton said that Wyatt loves him to sing the nursery rhyme Wheels on the Bus to her.
Ashton said he is "not quite ready" for Wyatt to eat sugar
"She loves dancing, she's down with dancing. I mean if I sing 'the wheels on the bus go round and round' she loses it. That's her thing. She just loves it when the wheels go round," Ashton said. "We go to the playground and she gets on the little steering wheel and the wheels go round and she gets excited."
After acting out his daughter's signature dance move, Ashton revealed another of Wyatt's favourite dance routines, taught to her by his wife Mila.
"She's developing. She likes to whip and nae nae too. She does!" Ashton said laughing. "I think she thinks she's doing it. Whipping and whipping and nae naeing like her mummy taught her."