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Ashton Kutcher reveals sweet bond between children: 'Wyatt loves the baby so much'

Sharnaz Shahid

Ashton Kutcher has opened up about the sweet bond his daughter Wyatt has with her baby brother, Dimitri. Appearing on Monday’s episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the 39-year-old actor - who is married to Mila Kunis - revealed his little girl has no jealously towards her sibling. He explained: "Wyatt thinks the baby is her baby. At some point, I'm going to have to explain to her that it's not her baby, and I don't know how I'm going to do that."

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Ashton Kutcher discussed his children's bond on the Ellen DeGeneres Show

He added: "She loves the baby so much, it's like 'Of Mice and Men'. She's like, 'I'll love you and hold you and squeeze you and name you George.' I'm afraid she's like Lenny. I'm like, 'You're going to squeeze the baby's head off, honey’… She loves this baby maybe more than me." Ashton and Mila, who married in 2015, welcomed their second child last November.

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The comments come soon after Mila gave fans an insight into her life at home with two little ones. "It's different," the 33-year-old actress told E! News. "He’s also 3 months old and you forget what sleepless nights are like. I remember guys, talk to me.” The Bad Moms star also admitted that her little girl has fully embraced her role as a big sister.

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"She loves the baby so much," the actor said of his daughter

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"[Wyatt] loves it. She loves her brother," the mother-of-two gushed. "She wants him to sleep in her room and doesn't get jealous or envious. She's great. We got very lucky." Since becoming a mum, Mila admitted that wild date nights with her husband have become non-existent. "No, because in the morning we still have kids," she joked. "Your date night can't be that wild because at 7 in the morning you still have, ‘Mama' and you're like, ‘What? I'm up.'"

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