Mila Kunis wants natural childbirth


Appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Mila Kunis talked about pregnancy and revealed her plans for natural delivery.

Confirming the pregnancy, the actress said: “We were actually able to hide it for a very long time. It’s amazing… I’m going to do it as all natural as I possibly can unless there is an emergency or something that should go wrong… I know, I’m crazy.”

Just like any pregnant woman, Mila too has food cravings but her fiancé Ashton Kutcher is well prepared.

“He assumed that I was gonna have goofy cravings, so he stocked our secondary fridge with weird food,” she said.

“Just like pickles, and sauerkraut, or like anchovies, and ice creams… just in case at one point during this pregnancy I’d be like I really want something. And it happened last week, I was like. ‘Oh my God, I need a pickle’. Like it was just the weirdest thing. Like I needed this pickle and he was, like, ‘Hold on a second’ and disappeared in the backyard and came back with the most amazing dill pickle.”

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3 responses to “Mila Kunis wants natural childbirth”

  1. Kerry says:

    Good for her hoping for a natural delivery, I wish her good health. Its shocking the number of celebrities in the US who go straight to C-sections because they cant be bothered with the natural process. Good for you.

  2. Eva says:

    I experienced a “natural birth” because the hospital at the time did not offer labor epidurals. Let me tell you, the pain was incredible and after 24 hours of it, it took me months to recover from the whole experience. It was worth it, though! But why not use an epidural and help yourself recover more quickly? You do not need to be a hero in childbirth!

  3. DD says:

    Wow, a lot of people who know it all and a lot of bashing here. I am a nurse of 20 years, I just finished Jennifer Worth’s second book, and was amazed! Her training as a nurse and midwife in the UK made me feel almost jealous! Our careers almost paralleled, although I was not a midwife I took care of post partum moms and babies. The responsibilities and knowledge she had, and I presume the other midwifes blew me away. It made me think a lot about the NHS. I have two more of her books to read, and wish she was here to be a pen pal! The thing is everyone is different, your experience is yours, Mila’s will be hers and may be completely different. We are not all the same, we all have different tolerances, wishes and desires. We should respect others wishes as it is really not our business. Sorry, but I have seen a lot in my career.