Is Mila Kunis pregnant? A report claims she's expecting her third child with Ashton Kutcher. Gossip Cop, however, has exclusively learned there's no truth to the allegation. We can bust the untrue story.
The new cover of NW features a picture of Kunis with the declaration, "Here Comes Baby #3! Mila's Pregnant Again!" Inside the issue, a headline exclaims, "Mila & Ashton's Baby Announcement: 'Yes, We're Pregnant Again!'" But that is a fake quote. The couple never made any such announcement. Still, the tabloid maintains "the Kunis-Kutchers are becoming a party of five."
A so-called "insider" is quoted as saying, "Word is Mila and Ashton are expecting again." Notably, "word is" is the one of those telltale phrases used by gossip magazines when they manufacture quotes. If the outlet actually had a real "insider," it would know for sure whether or not Kunis is pregnant, instead of just what the "word is." But the publication's supposed source is merely speculating.
"She's usually very social," the alleged tipster contends of Kunis, "but has been a real homebody for the past couple of weeks and everyone's convinced this is why. She did the exact same thing during her first two pregnancies." What about the purported "baby announcement"? Well, in what is clearly an instance of inconsistency given its headline, the tabloid asserts that it's "doubtful the publicity-shy pair will do a public statement or spill on social media," and instead predicts Kunis will "just let her growing baby bump give the game away."
As evidence, the magazine points to the actress supposedly looking "bumped out" during a "family day" out in Los Angeles earlier this month. But what happened to Kunis being a "homebody"? That's another blatant contradiction. It's also provably false that she's spending all her time at home. Just days ago, Kunis appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." Last we checked, the talk show doesn't film inside her house. Just as notable is that there was no hint of a bump on Kunis' small frame during that appearance.
And in yet another indication that the outlet doesn't know what it's talking about, the article claims that with a supposedly empty schedule, the allegedly expectant star "can hide a growing bump as long as she wants." In actuality, Kunis will very much be in the spotlight this summer as she promotes her movie The Spy Who Dumped Me, which is also the reason she was on "The Ellen Show." If Kunis is really at the "three-month mark" now as asserted, she certainly wouldn't be able to "hide" a bump on her upcoming publicity tour.
But this is a non-dilemma, since a rep for Kunis confirms exclusively to Gossip Cop that she is not expecting again. In fact, almost exactly a year ago, Kunis shared that she and Kutcher are "good" having two kids. That has yet to change. Lastly, Gossip Cop would also like to point out that the publication is featuring pictures of Kunis and Kutcher's minor children both on its cover and to accompany its story. Last year, Kutcher specifically asked the media not to publish photos of their kids. It's unfortunate their privacy isn't respected. Combining the unsanctioned paparazzi pictures with falsehoods just makes it all the more worse.