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Mila Kunis debuts baby bump after announcing second pregnancy

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Just last week, Mila Kunis announced the very happy news that she is expecting her second child with husband Ashton Kutcher – and on Tuesday she gave fans their first look at her baby bump. The 32-year-old actress was spotted heading out for lunch with friends in Los Angeles. She was dressed for comfort in a loose-fitting blue tank top, jeans and flip flops, and clearly visible beneath her clothes was her blossoming tummy.

The mum-of-one looked effortlessly beautiful, going makeup free, and with her hair worn around her shoulders as she made her way to a vegan restaurant with her girl pals.

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Mila Kunis has given the first glimpse of her baby bump

Her appearance comes days after a rep confirmed to HELLO! that Mila and Ashton, 38, are expecting a baby brother or sister for their 20-month-old daughter Wyatt. The couple, who will celebrate their first wedding anniversary next month, have been on cloud nine ever since they became first-time parents in October 2014, and are excited to be expanding their family further.

Both have been vocal about their love of parenthood. "Everything is different, from the fact that you're happy when you get six hours  of sleep, to the idea of being responsible for this incredible, living, breathing, little human being that you can't believe is yours," Mila previously said of being a mummy to little Wyatt.

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Ashton and Mila are already parents to 20-month-old Wyatt

Ashton, meanwhile, told Ellen DeGeneres: "You think you know how much you can love another person, and then you have a child and you realise you didn't know. It's infinitely rewarding."

Of his wife, the actor added: "She's the greatest mum. I go to work every day, and I come home and she's perfect. And it just seems like everything went amazing. And I know that something probably didn't go amazing, but she never tells … it's unbelievable. She's incredible."

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