Mila Kunis Admits Daughter Wyatt Has ‘No Clue What we Do for a Living’: ‘I Clearly Don’t Make Movies for Children’

Mila Kunis hasn’t done a film that’s suitable for daughter Wyatt Isabelle to see — and it will be a unequivocally prolonged time before a child sees her mother’s Bad Moms.

The singer suggested during Monday’s part of Jimmy Kimmel Live that her 3-year-old is unknown with her famous mother’s film career.

“My daughter has no idea what we do for a living,” Kunis pronounced to guest horde Shaquille O’Neal, adding that Wyatt thinks “mommy gets hair and makeup for a living” since she usually visits a hair and makeup trailers on sets.

“There are billboards everywhere in L.A. right now and she says ‘That’s silly, since is mommy wearing a Santa hat?’” a mom of dual removed of her oldest child saying a banners for her latest film, A Bad Moms Christmas.

“I don’t even know how to explain to her what we do for a vital so we don’t know when she’s gonna see my cinema since nothing of them are okay. I clearly don’t make cinema for children,” resolved Kunis, who has starred in films such as Black Swan, Friends with Benefits and Forgetting Sarah Marshall as good as TV projects such as Family Guy and That ’70s Show.

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She and father Ashton Kutcher are also relatives to 11-month-old son Dmitri Portwood.

Kunis also simplified her children’s no-gift order this year for Christmas. “We’re not overgifting,” she explained after it was suggested that the integrate is not giving Wyatt and Dimitri presents.

“We’re instituting [no presents] this year since when a kids are [younger than] 1, it doesn’t unequivocally matter,” Kunis told Entertainment Tonight earlier this month. “Last year when we distinguished Christmas, Wyatt was 2, and it was too much. We didn’t give her anything — it was a grandparents. The child no longer appreciates a one gift. They don’t even know what they’re expecting; they’re only awaiting stuff.”

A Bad Moms Christmas hits theaters Nov. 1.