Published: Wed, October 11, 2017
Culture | By Stewart Greene

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher cancel Christmas gifts for their kids

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher cancel Christmas gifts for their kids

The rule primarily came about to exist once they observed their two kids - 3-year-old Wyatt and one-year-old Dimitri being showered with way too many gifts by their loving grandparents.

While promoting "A Bad Moms Christmas" on Entertainment Tonight, Kunis said the couple decided not to give their two children any gifts for Christmas.

'Last year when we celebrated Christmas, Wyatt was two and it was too much. "[The kids] don't even know what they're expecting; they're just expecting stuff".

Instead, Mila Kunis says she and Kutcher have asked their parents to limit themselves to one gift per grandchild. "When it is really hot outside, we go to the library and read books", she said, explaining that she and Kutcher want to raise open-minded children. "Otherwise, we'd like to take a charitable donation, to the Children's Hospital or a pet [or] whatever you want", she said.

Yet, the one point she seems to be stern about was that there are enough "a**holes" on this planet already, and "We're not gonna raise a**holes".

However, one celebrity couple says they won't be getting their kids any Christmas presents at all this year.

Mila Kunis raked in an estimated $11 million in 2016 and can easily employ a staff of nannies. "Who cares? My kids are healthy, I'm happy".

'In Russia, back in the day, it was a very religious holiday, so you don't celebrate Christmas if you're not Christian and if you're not at Mass. Coming to America is when you realize Christmas has a magical quality to it, ' she said.

"Yeh, they're doing it so I don't become an arsehole", you'd reply: deathly silence as you realise you may not be an asshole but you sure do look like one in this situation right now.

"So far, our tradition is no presents for the kids".

No matter what, we know that Kunis is going to make her holiday with the family pretty memorable.

'It's all family time, but having kids, we're building up our own little versions of tradition'.

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