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Why Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher aren't giving their kids Christmas presents

11 October 2017, 03:37 | Myron Mathis

No spoiling here Mila Kunis said she and her husband Ashton Kutcher are not giving their kids Christmas presents

No spoiling here Mila Kunis said she and her husband Ashton Kutcher are not giving their kids Christmas presents

"They don't know even more what they expect: they're just waiting for something, no matter what it is", she says.

Kunis says that her children's grandparents spoiled her kids with copious presents previous year, and she thinks the practice sets kids up to have too many expectations around the holidays.

Mila Kunis raked in a whopping 11 million USA dollars a year ago, coming in at number nine on the list of the world's highest-paid actresses.

Mila and Ashton are proud parents to three-year-old daughter Wyatt and one-year-old son Dmitri, however, the couple have made a decision to opt out of spoiling their children rotten this festive season. She and #AshtonKutcher married in 2015 and have two children together: daughter, Wyatt, who is three, and a son, Dimitri, who is nearly a year old.

"So far, our tradition is no presents for the kids", the That '70s Show alum told Entertainment Tonight.

She doesn't want her little ones to grow up entitled.

"Yeah, we're not gonna raise a***holes!" she said. "There's enough a-holes in this world!"

Actors Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher seen during day 3 of 2014 Stagecoach: California's Country Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club on April 27, 2014 in Indio, California. "That's our new tradition". She continued, "We're instituting it this year because when the kids are [younger than] 1, it doesn't really matter".

Last year Kunis joked on the Kyle and Jackie O Show that their parenting style would include "teaching them from a very early age that, you know, "Mommy and Daddy may have a dollar, but you're poor". "My kids are healthy, I'm happy", the actress told the fashion glossy. "I'm ragged exhausted. Who cares?"

Kunis also reveals in the interview that they take their children to the public library in order to raise enlightened and educated kids.

"What I want my daughter to learn from me is the value of hard work".

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