Cover Girl: Mila Kunis for Marie Claire

Posted on June 17, 2014

So her bigass movie was pushed back from a July release to next February, which means, we suppose, that all the pre-poledance press and posing she’s already done (i.e., the various magazine covers and editorials in the pipeline) are still going to run, since there’s too little time time to push them back as well. We wonder what that’ll mean for the press run next winter. She’s not likely to get another Marie Claire cover in six months, for example.


Mila-Kunis-Marie-Claire-July-2014-Tom-Lorenzo-TLO (1)Mila Kunis covers the July 2014 issue of Marie Claire magazine photographed by Tesh.


On giving birth: “Two people are allowed in my delivery room. My doctor and my significant other. And he is staying above the action. He’ll be head to head. Not head to vag. Unless he wants to risk his life and see. But I wouldn’t if I were him. I highly doubt he wants to see that being ripped apart and shredded. Because it will be shredded. It’s just a matter of how badly.”

On her friend-turned-fiancé Ashton Kutcher: “One day, it just changed. All of a sudden, it wasn’t the same. And I was really proud of myself for acknowledging that. The best day of my life so far was the proposal. I cried. I was a mess. Not to discredit any relationships in my past, but this relationship is different.”

On her Year of Yes: “I was really good at saying no. I decided I was just going to say yes to any opportunity that came, no matter how crazy. And it changed my life.”

On what she never wants to do: “I’ll never have a clothing line. I promise you, that will never happen.”

On her future children: “I just don’t want my kids to be assholes. I feel like so many kids nowadays are. Both of us just want to have well-behaved, honest, nice children who people meet and say, ‘That’s a good kid.'”

Bless her heart, she seems nervous as hell over the whole “having a kid” thing. Then again, if you were co-parenting with Ashton Kutcher, you’d probably be imagining worst-case scenarios on a twice-hourly basis.

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She looks kind of tired on the cover, but that second shot is gorgeous.





[Photo Credit: Tesh for Marie Claire]

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  • LadyVimes

    Can she teach me how to smolder?

  • @Biting Panda

    I think she sounds down to Earth and realistic. Keeping my kids from being assholes is my most important parental task. She’s always been on my Imaginary Friends list. I think she’d be up for a night of tennis shoes, jeans, and whiskey.

    • sagecreek

      I think so, too. And then we could paint each other’s nails and talk her into ditching Ashton. Over ice cream!

      • @Biting Panda

        In my usual form of TMI, I will say, I feel for the girl. I’ve been there, done that. Married the man I’d been friends with for years, seen all his flaws up close and personal, and *still* managed to fall in love with him. It makes for a profound love and I hope that they both do what it takes to keep it alive.

        • Jecca2244

          that’s beautiful.

        • Fordzo a.k.a. Fancy Mukluks

          I married the first guy who knocked me up. 😉

          • formerlyAnon


        • OffToSeeHim

          That’s beautiful – for you. Not so much for Mila, since he did the exact same thing with Demi Moore. Fell in love with his “best friend.” I really hope they make it work, but that guy skeeves me.

          • @Biting Panda

            Not to be argumentative, because it’s all beautiful, until it’s not.

            But they had been coworkers and friends for many years prior to couplehood. As opposed to met at industry event, hooked up and became those married “best friends”.

          • OffToSeeHim

            I really, really hope it works out for her. She seems very happy and in love, and after all she’s plenty old enough to make good decisions. Him… maybe in person he’s sincere and mature and capable of sustaining a relationship. Not everybody’s their on-screen persona. It’s just that in Hollywood it all seems to happen so *fast* – dating, engagement, kids, marriage, divorce… all in the space of a couple of years. And everybody’s always talking about marrying their best friend. PS – I love that you went to the store with a hole in your shorts. I once went the whole day and didn’t know my shirt was on inside out.

          • Kikishua

            I once went the whole day with a dress on back to front (it actually feels a bit weird when I wear it the “right” way round)

      • Jaimie

        Then run an instance on WoW.

    • sugarkane105

      Whenever I see her in paparazzi photos, the pics never look staged. She’s in a hoodie with no makeup. She’s like the Anti-Taylor Swift. I think that’s what I like about her.

      • Reine Bron

        does not looking like a slob mean the pics were staged ? I mean there 0.02% chance of me being photographed out and about but I always look well put together whenever I leave the house I think anyway lol

        • sugarkane105

          If that’s true, then I admire you. The other day I returned home from the grocery store to find there had been a hole in the back of my shorts the whole time.

          • kimmeister

            Egads. My worst incident was one time when I went grocery shopping after work. I was dressed in a perfectly chic outfit, but when I got home, I discovered that I had sprung a visible menstrual leak in the back. I wanted to die.

          • sweetlilvoice

            Wow! That is horrid. Good thing you aren’t Taylor Swift-we would be treating to her period apology tour for months.

          • madnan

            and then write a song about it.

          • muelonil

            Didn’t she already have a song/album called Red? (Or maybe this one would be Crimson)

          • demidaemon

            She did, but that song should have been called, “Angry Rainbow” for the lyrics.

          • Raspberry2012

            Jesus! I can imagine. I was rescued from what could have been my worst fashion nightmare by two girls who happened to be behind me. There I am, looking totally cute and summery in my little sundress, and I’m at Saks Fifth Avenue, no less. Oh, no, not because my broke ass can afford to shop there or anything. I was just at the makeup counter, the great equalizer. I had gone upstairs to the ladies room, and after I came out of the stall, washed my hands and fixed my makeup, I started to head back out, confident as ever. Until the two girls behind me tapped me on the shoulder to point out that the entire back of my skirt was tucked into my undies! When I tell you I was nearly back out into the store, I was pushing the door open with my hand when they stopped me – it was that close. Anytime I hear of a horrible fashion mishap, I silently thank those girls in the ladies room at Saks.

          • kimmeister

            They are your patron saints of wardrobe heads-ups. And I’ll bet you’ve been paying it forward ever since. My only consolation is that I didn’t become aware of my mishap when I was still out and about in public and was therefore blissfully unaware of any whispers and pointing.

          • Raspberry2012

            I have been paying it forward!! Actually, a few years later, I was walking behind this girl who had a decent set of hips (I’m hippier myself, so I know this is a problem), and she was wearing a *very short* pleated skirt, and pantyhose. This was similar to the girls who helped me with my skirt issue, but in her case, the combo of the shortness of the skirt, the pleats, the fact that it kind of sat on her hips rather than lay flatly, and the friction from the pantyhose, all caused the skirt to ride up and up and up with each step she took. I was about half a block away from her (and guys were laughing at her, so I felt really bad), so I just skootched up to her as fast as I could, and tapped her on the shoulder. She looked at me, and I gently pulled her off to the side by a building. I leaned in and whispered, “Honey, every step you take makes your skirt ride up. Hitch it back down and go buy some Static Guard!” She didn’t realize it, she looked down and was like, “Oh my god!” She hitched it down and thanked me. . As she walked away, she held onto the sides of the skirt till she got where she was going.

          • Alicia

            I was 13 and haven’t worn white shorts since.

          • andreawey

            umm been there done that….

          • Cordelia_Gray

            That happened to me. I did a Disneyland run with my husband and had no idea that my old jeans has started to tear right under my butt. They were like under-butt shorts with the legs still attached.

        • Alicia

          There’s well-put-together and then there is “I’m going to hold my purse like this so you can see the logo” put together.

    • Erica

      Yep. I’ll sometimes think to myself about my kids, they WILL be acceptable to broader society if it kills me–and it might. And while I ended up having C-sections, I have several friends who had the rule that the husband stays up at her head during birth. Pretty typical. I will also adore these two because of That 70s Show. I can’t even pretend to be dispassionate about it.

      • smayer

        Jackie + Kelso forever!

    • WendyD

      I live in the same area that Ashton’s family does, so on the rare occasion, I’ve seen them at Iowa sporting events. Ashton is good friends with Dan Gable, Iowa’s living legend in wrestling and when they came to the Penn State v. Iowa wrestling meet earlier this year, Ashton & Mila sat with the whole Gable family surrounding them. Honestly, if the Gable family has accepted you like that, you’re good people. We see Ashton a lot more in public around here since he’s been with Mila than when he was with Demi. Total upgrade.

      • FibonacciSequins

        I like knowing that about them. Thanks for sharing.

      • Jacob Bowen

        He went to University of Iowa for a bit, because I remember the first time my cousin saw him on “That 70’s Show” she said, “No shit, he was my engineering partner 2 years ago”…but apparently he wasn’t the brightest or the nicest.

        • WendyD

          Yes. He was at Iowa the same time I was. I have a couple of friends who had classes with him as well, but they never had anything disparaging to say about him.

    • lundibleu

      Absolutely – me, my other half and our co-parents decided that as long as we could create happy and healthy kids who had decent manners, we’d consider that a success. So, yeah, keeping them from being assholes is always a good challenge, and we’re mostly managing although daughter has moments of being 9-going-on-14.

    • OffToSeeHim

      SO true.

    • Raspberry2012

      I agree, she sounds grounded for the most part. I never wanted kids, and truly, one of my fears about parenting was that my children would be either raging dickheads or axe murderers.

  • sugarkane105

    I wonder if Ashton’s proposal happened during her Year of Yes.

    • Kate Andrews

      Hm. Could be!

      • sugarkane105

        Clever Kelso.

  • Sarah

    Neither of those clothes say “fresh” to me. I mean, one is a woolly bathrobe, and another is some kind of lint-composite. I think it’s weird to make apologies to past relationships when you are talking about how much you enjoyed your marriage proposal. I mean, isn’t that the point? I think it is okay to count that as a great moment.

    ETA: No hate; I like her – just thought it was weird wording.

    • @Biting Panda

      Likely just a CYA considering they are both high profile, and someone like Star mag can put up a cover that says “Mila says her years with Macaulay a WASTE!!” if she doesn’t qualify nearly every statement.

      • Sarah

        Oh, man. That makes total sense. I am so grateful to NOT be attached to any of the heinous pigs that I dated before now that I do my best not only to forget about them, but to never refer to them.

        • demidaemon

          I’m still working on both of those aspects. I think maybe because those I dated weren’t heinous pigs, but were occasion based assholes.

    • kimmeister

      Liked just for “lint-composite.” And for the giggles I got when I read “neither of those clothes.”

    • DuBey2

      Hmm. I actually thought she was being sensitive to what someone might have felt, upon reading that. And I thought “that is a rare characteristic in a Ladystar(sensitivity to others’ feelings)”

  • TM

    She works for me for the most part. Can’t hate.

    Also, I’m so scared that her movie’s been pushed to February (the month where projects go to die.)

    • Thomas

      I remember when Shutter Island was pushed to February and it still was pretty good (although by doing this it was basically eliminated from consideration in any of the categories at the Oscars). Same thing happened to Monument Men, but I still haven’t seen it cause it only got mixed reviews.

      • LesYeuxHiboux

        Monuments Men was not good at all, and I was heavily predisposed to like it. The LEGO Movie, on the other hand, was great and it had a February opening. I’m choosing to view this move as them wanting to completely sweep the box office on opening, since this probably cost a lot to make.

        • Thomas

          I heard the same thing about Monuments Men and The LEGO movie from one of my friends actually. Too funny! I’m an arts management major and art history minor, so I’ll probably still see Monuments Men (or read the book), but I’m disappointed it didn’t turn out better.

          • fursa_saida

            I’m told there’s a documentary that’s completely fantastic, and that if you care about the subject matter you should just watch that and ignore the feature film. My parents watched and loved the doc and were honestly offended by the movie.

          • Nicole

            If you know the name of the doc, share please :)

          • fursa_saida

            Looked it up – The Rape of Europa.

          • TheDivineMissAnn

            I enjoyed the book but did not see the movie. I did not think the book would translate well on to the screen, and apparently I was right from what I’ve heard.

      • The Rat

        As one who tends to like all movies, I found Monuments Men to be surprisingly cheery and light fare. That does extend to the film’s character development, but I don’t think too much charm was lost. Even if you’re inclined to hate imperfect plot and character development, the atmosphere and cinematography are worthwhile. Its soul is in the right place.

        Besides…..Cate Blanchett. <3

        • Thomas

          I’ll have to watch it just for our ethereal elven goddess Cate then.

        • Sophie

          I was actually disappointed by her. Not actually by her acting, but her role – if they hired a French actor (Jean Dujardin) for the role of a French art dealer, couldn’t they hire a French actress for her role? She may be very good at imitating a french accent when speaking english, but her speaking french bugged me.
          Paradoxically, I was also disappointed that she didn’t have as much screen time as I had expected, because I do like her acting.

      • Courtney

        Monuments was perfectly decent as a film, if a bit rushed from trying to fit too many characters into too many stories. It suffers in comparison to the book it’s based on, because it DOES try to tell too much. The documentary “The Rape of Europa” covers the same ground much more efficiently.

        • Thomas

          I’ll have to watch the documentary then. Thanks so much for the info!

        • formerlyAnon

          Precisely. It’s a good, not-too-substantial movie. Not going to be on any ‘best of’ lists. If you’re interested in the history, which is fascinating, it’s not the place to go.

    • Jaimie

      I’m telling myself it’s because it’s so fantastical. All the fantasy-ish movies have been shoved there lately and some are not half bad. (*cough* Noah *cough*)

      • demidaemon

        What is the movie that got pushed back?

  • Thomas

    That second dress looks like sea foam or fungus. Can’t decide whether I like it or not.

  • Capt. Renault

    “Then again, if you were co-parenting with Ashton Kutcher, you’d probably be imagining worst-case scenarios on a twice-hourly basis.”

    “You know it,” said January Jones.

    • Capt. Renault


    • LesYeuxHiboux

      I thought Bobby Flay was her baby-daddy?

      • alyce1213

        Oooh. I hadn’t heard that one. Did he mistake her for Stephanie March?

        • LesYeuxHiboux

          There was something about her getting in a car accident and calling him for help (and he came) when she had allegedly only met him once in passing.

          • alyce1213

            Hmmm. Interesting. Or maybe she was just hungry.

    • FibonacciSequins

      January Jones?! I thought her baby daddy was some director?

    • Violentcello

      To paraphrase Pete Campbell: Sudeikis. I thought we had verification.

      But seriously, it’s Sudeikis, right? They broke up, like, eight to nine months before the baby was born.

      • Eclectic Mayhem

        That’s what I’d always thought…?

      • Capt. Renault

        It happened right after. Very close. So, the RUMOUR that someone has a breakup, calls a certain ex for a shoulder to cry on, things get out of hand, oops, and after never reveals the paternity, and that a bit later, that certain ex has his own marriage breakup, also for never explained reasons, well, the timing of events in that RUMOUR could be quite persuasive, were one inclined to believe RUMOURS. Which, as we’re all reasonable people here, we’re not.

    • Amelia Via

      That baby has Josh Groban’s eyes. Totally his kid.

      • Fordzo a.k.a. Fancy Mukluks

        Full Stop. Josh Groban is straight? As in: he likes to make love to the womens in their vaginas, straight?

        • Amelia Via

          He dated JJ for a couple of years, and we know she wouldn’t put up with being somebody’s beard.

        • formerlyAnon

          Well, not every man who enjoys sex with women is straight. It’s not a pure binary for some folk.

    • Fordzo a.k.a. Fancy Mukluks

      That baby looks just like Prince William. Fo sho.

    • KinoEye

      Dang, J Jones! Girl gets around. Not that there’s anything wrong with that in any way, but I guess it’s less common for ladystars to have a parade of guys — Ashton Kutcher, Jason Suedeikis, Bobby Flay, Josh Groban?! Not to mention the other speculations I see, which include Michael Fassbender, Xander Berkeley and others. Get it, girl.

  • Funkykatt

    I wondered if she had a baby already but it doesn’t sound like it. She seems to know nothing about giving birth. I recommend she include a labor nurse, one cannot imagine how wonderful they are until it happens. Labor nurses are goddesses.

    • formerlyAnon

      I had a labor & delivery R.N. who I adored. She took no shit from my perfectly nice and very kind (to me) obstetrician who had a tendency to get just a tiny bit pissy now and then. If someone can make you laugh in the middle of a no-pain-drugs, induced delivery, she’s gooood.

  • hughman

    I just imagine that dress made of Demi Moore’s discarded weaves and voodoo magic.

    • Thomas

      Comment of the day so far haha

    • Cheryl

      I love you. I know I don’t know you, but your comments are the best.

  • Jecca2244

    what movie was it?!

    • Jaimie

      Jupiter Ascending. I was kind of looking forward to it…

  • Grumpy Girl

    I wish them all the best for those well-behaved, honest, nice children. Because there is likely to be enough scrutiny to amplify a typical toddler tantrum into a potential lifelong rep as a monster.

  • ashtangajunkie

    I like her and hope their child takes after her.

  • your face

    Goodness that description of childbirth was graphic. Certainly quieted any sort of maternal longings for a while.

    Also, it reminds me of a clip I heard on Fresh Air last night. Robbie Williams on the Graham Norton show commented on seeing his child born: “It was like watching my favorite pub burn down.”

    • Grumpy Girl

      And keep in mind: that’s the easy part. Dealing with them as they grow personalities and go through teenageryness is much more of a ripping and shredding experience–but of your psyche, patience, and personality, rather than nether regions.

      • Janice Bartels

        Amen to that, and I’m only at the tween end of it.

        • formerlyAnon

          Really, for girls it sometimes hits hard in the tweens, quiets down to a dull roar for a few years, goes back up full force at 14 or 15, and starts turning the corner to human being again at 17 or 18. By 19 my daughter and I got along beautifully again.

    • Fordzo a.k.a. Fancy Mukluks

      Oh no. I shouldn’t admit this, but I’ve been confusing Robbie Williams and Robin Thicke for about the last 3 years. I didn’t realize it until just now. I wondered why Robin/Robbie didn’t play any of his old songs.

      I need more sleep.

      • muzan-e

        I wondered why Robin/Robbie didn’t play any of his old songs.

        That is one of the most endearingly funny stories I have ever read. <3

  • Dam_Angel

    Ripped and shredded?! No, Mila, it won’t be that bad.

    • Glam Dixie

      Maybe she’s having a baby shark. A twelve pound baby shark.

    • formerlyAnon

      GIrl needs to find herself a midwife if she’s that nervous, and not just being dramatic.

  • alyce1213

    Such a nice girl, I think, and a remarkable beauty. I hope her influence has a strong impact on his sketchy and somewhat obnoxious personality. He’s a very lucky man.

  • Tanya Wade

    The second shot is gorge. Those colors flatter her dark beauty. And I still think she was the best thing in Black Swan.

  • andreawey

    good to know she’ll never have a clothing line, brought her up a notch in my book….

  • Denise Rambo

    On the cover shot, it looks like two different people were doing her makeup. The eyes aren’t quite the same.

  • Joanna

    I have to say . . . I am in love with all of her quotes, especially with respect to childbirth, LOL!!

  • kimmeister

    Do not like the cover at all. The gunk they put around her lower/inner lid just created a look of puffiness. 2nd shot 100x better.

  • Shawn EH

    She can wear a lot of different things, she’s got that camera-loving charisma.

  • ShaoLinKitten

    Funny, my sole wish for my child before his birth was that he would not be an asshole, so I’m feeling Mila on this one. The cover shot is terrible, but it can’t hide her hotness. Ashton doesn’t deserve her.

    • Fordzo a.k.a. Fancy Mukluks

      My constant worry throughout my whole pregnancy was, “What if the baby is ugly?” I’ve seen some seriously UGLY babies, and I was afraid I’d never be able to bond with him if he was really homely. Thank Goddess, he came out with red hair, because that will compensate for a lot (oh, also, he was hella cute besides the red hair). But I remember pulling my BFF aside and asking her, “IS he cute? Or are people just telling me that because you have to tell a mom that? Are they getting on the phone later and saying to each other that he’s ugly?”

      Hormones really fucked with my head.

      • Synnamin

        HA! I’m at 37.5 weeks and just this morning I was kind of freaking out, “oh gawds – what if she has her grandfather’s nose? What if she never grows out of looking like an angry raisin?!”

        • Fordzo a.k.a. Fancy Mukluks

          The silly things we worry about. I bet she’ll be a beauty!

        • Lori

          I can’t help you with the nose, but on behalf of my mom I’ll pass on something applicable to the angry raisin issue.

          When my brother was born his head was really pointed. He was my mom’s first, it was a hard pregnancy & a hard labor and when she saw the pointed head her response was basically, “I went through all that and got a baby with a pointed head?” Her doctor simply calmly said, “When was the last time you saw an adult with a head shaped like that? It won’t stay that way. It’ll be fine.” Mom said that actually really helped and more than once she passed that along to other mom’s who were a little freaked out about some of the less than cute aspects of newborns. People only look like angry raisins at the very beginning of their lives and toward the end. When was the last time you saw a 6 year old who looked like an angry raisin?

          I’m sure she’ll be beautiful. I wish you and your daughter the best.

          • Synnamin

            thanks :) I know she won’t always look like an angry raisin – she’ll eventually graduate to being a miniature drunk adult! But my first exposure to infants was when my sister was born. She was NOT a pretty baby. Bright red with a lot of black hair and very squished in the face. She did end up growing out of it (although she now describes her facial structure as “looking like a thumb”)

          • bitchybitchybitchy

            My mother had a similar experience when she gave birth to my older brother; the doctor used forceps to pull said brother out, so his little head had a bit of a point, which was dismaying to mom, particularly as brother was the first baby to be born in the family in several years. The point went away, he was a perfectly acceptable looking little chap(based on baby photos).

        • livesarah

          It’s lucky, they really do grow out of looking like an angry raisin. My son was born beautiful and still is to this day, so I smugly took it for granted that my daughter would be equally good looking. She was born 3 months ago looking like a gargoyle, bless her soul. Luckily for her sake she has cutened up quite a bit and has an ability to charm strangers instead of cry at them like my son, BUT for the first few weeks my husband and I would just look at her and laugh… She really did look comical, and when people said she was cute they were either just saying the default compliment for new babies (most people) or were blinded by love (big brother and grandma). So don’t worry, If my little gargoyle can grow into her looks I’m sure yours will too!

          • Alicia

            My friend’s baby looked like the baby Ewok in the basket in Return of the Jedi. Cute but not exactly human. She’s a pretty 7-year-old now who looks entirely human.

          • livesarah

            It’s funny, it’s so un- PC to say it even if it’s true! Thankfully not many still look like Ewoks at 7!

        • formerlyAnon

          My son was not a beautiful newborn. At all. He reminded me of Yoda. Jaundice, odd hair, etc. And the handsomest kid in the world by 3 or 4.

          (To prove that I am relatively unbiased, I will say that his looks definitely peaked between 3 and 6, but he’s still a good looking kid at 20-some)

  • Danielle

    Mila, I hate to tell you this, but no matter where Ashton stands he’s going to see it. He could have his back to you and curiosity will eventually give out.

  • MilaXX

    Bless her. She seems like a pretty cool lady, but Ashton always comes across as a raving douche. I don’t expect him becoming a parent to change that.

  • E.Nelson

    I don’t get it; photoshop is railed against and heralded as the downfall of authentic beauty, but three lines are visible on her face and suddenly she looks “tired?”

    The first thought I had seeing it was “Whoa, they let her natural face-with-makeup show,” and “she looks gorgeous.”

    • Synnamin

      I think the “tired” comes from the unfortunate choice of reddish undereye shadow and a bit of gloss just at the corners of the eyes. To me, it looks like she’s just finished a crying jag.

      • Lori

        The fact that there’s a marked difference between the shadow on the right eye vs the left isn’t helping either. That cover shot is odd, but the problem definitely isn’t her or any lines on her face.

      • E.Nelson

        You guys make great points – I guess I’m a dude in that I don’t look at makeup that closely. It seemed to me that they were going for feline, and I suppose I think she looks really pretty because she’s just objectively really fucking pretty.

    • smh4748

      Yeah, I don’t think this is about any wrinkles she may have. I think it’s about some poorly chosen makeup decisions.

  • smh4748

    It would be hard to raise well-adjusted kids in Hollywood, perhaps even impossible, but the awareness that your kid could be an asshole and shouldn’t be entitled to be one is at least an admirable step on her part.

  • demidaemon

    I love how they hid the Tim Gunn’s Winner headline. Perhaps some shame, Marie Claire?

    Not feeling either of these pictures, though I am loving her brutal honesty in the quotes.

  • Trickytrisha

    Dang, I’m confused… Mila Kunis and Emma Stone on the same day? I have these two in my brain as the same person, in spite of knowing better.

  • MissusBee

    I like those delicate textures on her. Her looks are more earthy than ethereal so it’s a nice blend.

    I think it’s normal for women worry about their menfolk seeing the business end of birth. But the average guy is not massively mystified by stuff anymore. If they can pick up tampax for you at the store, they’ll deal just fine. It’s a funny thing that most women in western countries never get to see a birth unless they’re a medical professional, whereas thousands of men do every day.

  • cat772

    I think she’s just gorgeous. I love the cover photo *because* she looks a little more mature. Plus super smoulder-y.

  • BigWhiteGrannyPanties

    I am truly not interested in where her significant other’s head will be located in relation to her “vag.” Jesus.

  • Haley Buchanan

    She and Sarah Hyland need to play big-eyed, moon-child, sex-kitten sisters of some sort, right?

  • Bozhi

    This idiot is having a kid? I guess she is not worse than some of the others.

  • Alloy Jane

    Not a fan of these shots, looks like they swiped a layer of vaseline on her face and the clothes are nothing interesting. What a waste.

    You know, I find her amusing and I love That 70s Show, but the whole Jackie+Kelso in real life makes me kinda sad for her because lets face it, he really is a Kelso. Lets not forget that Jesse James and Kat Von D were also real life friends for years before they dated and he STILL cheated on her a shitload, just like everyone knew he would. Same with John Mayer and anyone stupid enough to date him. Mayer has always been unrepentantly and publicly a turd, but for some reason he still manages to find famous girlfriends to eventually piss off. I had no idea those two were dating and good luck to Mila raising kids who are not assholes who are also related to Kutcher.

  • livesarah

    The cover shot is BAD. Like she was crying about the terrible job the artist did on her makeup, and some asshole snuck up on her with a camera after she’d been crying bad.

  • DeTrop

    I said it before and I’ll say it again – Mila and Domenic Cooper are look alikes, imo. P.S. Photoshopping makes everyone look better but so unreal.

    • alyce1213

      Yep, Separated at birth.

  • smayper

    That dress looks like it’s made of the spun sugar thingy from the County fair.

  • Tami from Seattle

    Why is one of her eyelids CONSIDERIBLY darker than the other on the cover?

  • formerlyAnon

    She’s a beautiful woman. Sounds pretty normal. I wish them well.

  • nycfan

    Bad mojo for the movie. Nice interior shot, why not use that for the cover?

  • JynxTheCat

    Tat second shot is the best Ive seen her look in a long time. How come she doesn’t get the hate Angelina gets for homewrecker?