Mila Kunis is happily married to Ashton Kutcher, but that didn't stop her from having some fun on Tinder!
During a visit to The Tonight Show Kunis dished on her pregnancy and daughter Wyatt, and played a game of "Filtered Scenes" with Jimmy Fallon, where they acted out various situations using different distorting camera filters. During a scene titled "Two People on a Tinder Date," Fallon told the Bad Moms star that she "looked totally different than on [her] Tinder profile," obviously referring to her blown up lips, thanks to the distorting filter she chose. The pair also acted out a reunion between college roommates, and the meeting of long lost twins to hilarious effect—Kunis was even brought to tears from laughing so hard!
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After the game the host and That '70s Show alum talked babies. Trying to explain that mommy is pregnant has "been a little rough" for Kunis and her daughter Wyatt, since the 21-month-old cant quite grasp the concept, and thinks that everyone, including herself, has a baby in her belly. "I'm like where's the baby, and she'll point to her belly and I'm like 'almost,'" Kunis told Fallon. "And then she'll point to my baby and the garbage man's belly, literally anyone everywhere."
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But, daddy Kutcher taught Wyatt that he definitely doesn't have a baby in his belly. "My husband thought it was really funny, so he taught her that if you go, 'What's in papa's belly?' She'll go, 'Beer.' Everyone's got a baby in their belly, but papa's got beer." Oh kids, so hilarious.
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The couple announced their second pregnancy last month, and Kunis has since been raving about her hubby's parenting skills. "He's an incredible father," she recently told The Today Show. "There's not even a question. You know some men—and it's OK—it takes them a little bit of time to adapt to having a baby and feel comfortable. Wyatt came out, and two seconds later he had it down. He's swaddling and changing diapers. He's incredible."