¡Ashton Kutcher finalmente quiere ser papá!

Ashton Kutcher finally wants to be a dad!

Ashton Kutcher finally wants to be a dad!

Baby stress!

wantedthe 21/09/2014 | 12:58


Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have been expecting their first child together for months and are eager to have their offspring in their hands. But currently this anticipation is said to have clouded a bit, because Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis’s baby has been waiting longer than planned. Above all, this should really stress the future father.

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have known each other for over ten years and have stood in front of the camera dozens of times. But it really broke out between the two Hollywood actors almost two years ago. Meanwhile, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are expecting a baby who could see the light of day in a few days. However, if the actor has his way, the little kutcher is clearly taking too long.

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis become parents

As an insider now revealed to People magazine, the child’s slightly late birth turns Ashton Kutcher’s entire schedule upside down.because Mila Kunis’s friend will have to be back in front of the camera in a few days for the hit series “Two And A Half Men”. “They were hoping that the baby would come this week because he was in free time,” said Ashton Kutcher’s supposed confidant about the format.

Ashton Kutcher is looking forward to the baby

This is exactly why Ashton Kutcher should be completely out of the picture: “He’s a nervous wreck!” But despite all the excitement, the actor should be waiting for his offspring: “He’s really looking forward to the baby.” But not only is Ashton Kutcher eager to await the birth of his daughter, his girlfriend Mila Kunis should also look forward to the big day. : “Mila just wants the baby to come out!”

Not only are Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis eager to wait for their sweet offspring to finally see the light of day, we are also eager to see the little offspring of the Kutcher-Kunis family. Who will the scion look like?

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