Since the pair have been together for so long, many are curious about their family life. And in July 2021, Mila and Ashton spoke out about some habits they have with their family that sparked all kinds of conversation on Twitter.
Do Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have kids?
The famous couple have two kids. Their daughter, Wyatt Isabelle, is the oldest and was born in October 2014. Then came their son, Dimitri Portwood, in November 2016. But Ashton and Mila keep a lot of information about their kids private. They have been open about the fact that they want to protect their kids from the negative aspects of social media.
Some may not understand or agree with keeping their kids away from social media, and it turns out that Mila and Ashton have other habits for their kids that some people may not agree with either. The two opened up about how often they bathe their kids, and people online have a lot of opinions.
Ashton and Mila spoke out about how they bathe their kids.
On a July 19, 2021, episode of Dax Shepard's Armchair Expert podcast, Ashton and Mila talked about cleanliness for not only themselves but also their kids. Dax started things off by saying that washing too much strips your skin of some of the natural oils. The couple agreed, and mentioned that they only bathe their kids when they determine it's necessary.
Mila mentioned that she didn't have hot water growing up, so showering wasn't something she did much of. And Ashton mentioned that he only washes "armpits and my crotch daily and nothing else ever," but he did mention that he puts some water on his face after a workout "to get all the salts out."
When it comes to their kids, the same thing applies. "I wasn't that parent that bathed my newborns, ever," Mila said about their kids. Ashton added that the kids are only bathed when they look dirty. "If you can see the dirt on them, clean them. Otherwise, there's no point."
Twitter is calling out Ashton and Mila for their bathing habits.
Unfortunately, Twitter is not being too kind to Mila and Ashton after finding out about their family's cleanliness routines. A lot of people are using memes to make jokes about how they think the couple smells and what that must mean for their kids interacting with other children.
On the other hand, some people did agree with Ashton and Mila. Insider spoke with a pediatrician who indicated that, depending on the situation, the couple's approach seems reasonable, particularly for younger children who don't yet have the body odor that comes with puberty.