Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher drew unwanted attention last week when they tried to slip away unnoticed on a honeymoon in Yosemite with daughter Wyatt.
In this day and age, you can’t escape social media, which Ashton Kutcher should’ve known. And you have almost no provacy as a celebrity, which Mila Kunis knows all too well.
But Kunis and Kutcher also know that you can’t keep everything to yourself or media hounds just keep digging. So Mila Kunis tosses the tabloids a bone every once in a while. For example, she told the Telegraph about the couple’s Halloween plans.
“We do family outfits. It makes everyone go crazy,” Kunis said. “Last year I dressed [daughter Wyatt Isabelle] as a pig. I went as a pig. And my husband went as a pig.”
Mila Kunis stresses that her primary focus now is her daughter and family.
“I don’t live to work, I work to live,” Kunis said. “I never took my career too seriously before. After becoming a mom, I definitely don’t.”
Kunis has always had to battle to have her privacy. When you combine that frustration with the responsibility of keeping a child safe, it gets tougher.
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“I’m not complaining,” she says. “I just don’t like the idea that my child can’t go to the park with her mother. And if she does, then I have to trail a s—load of paparazzi with me.”
“I think when you are a young actor couple you are screwed,” she said. “It got to a stage where I couldn’t leave the house. I love what I do, but the reality is that my privacy is gone.”
Mila Kunis plans to educate her daughter about the dangers of social media and technology and their potential affect on her life and privacy.
“I’m not against technology,” Kunis says, “if you educate your kids on the ramifications: ‘Go ahead, post beautiful photos of yourself, maybe don’t post any nude ones.'”
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