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Mila Kunis looks effortlessly stylish as she showcases her baby bump

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All eyes were on Mila Kunis on Monday as she stepped out for her first public appearance since announcing her second pregnancy. The 32-year-old star hit the red carpet at the Bad Moms premiere in Manhattan, looking effortlessly stylish as she showcased her growing baby bump.

Mila chose a black jumpsuit, featuring white embroidered sleeves and tassels, which fell loosely around her tummy. She accessorised with pink high heels and a black studded clutch bad, and wore her hair in a faux bob, using hair pins to create the illusion of a shorter style.

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Mila's baby bump was clearly visible at the Bad Moms premiere

Mila's appearance in New York comes one month after her rep confirmed to HELLO! Online that the star is expecting her second child with husband Ashton Kutcher. The couple, who tied the knot in July last year, are already the proud parents to 21-month-old daughter Wyatt Isabelle, and both are looking forward to expanding their family further later this year.

In May, Mila spoke to Entertainment Tonight about how becoming a mum had changed her. "[Parenting] is great but it does change the way you look at life and [whether] what you do is something worth doing instead of being with your kids. It does balance it out," she said.

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The star is expecting her second child with husband Ashton Kutcher

"I would never trade it for [anything]. Ever, ever. But I know that when we decided to have a kid, we were ready to no longer be selfish – at least start the process. Because innately, as humans, we're very selfish people, and we really wanted to have a family."

The actress added: "Having this little human to raise… it was a balancing act, and then you learn how to be a great partner, and a great wife, and a great woman, and be yourself, and still be responsible for a living child. It's definitely a learning process."

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