Mila Kunis Defends Not Being 'Friends' With Her 3-Year-Old Daughter & We Get It

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If there's one mom we'd love to be a spokeswoman for the motherhood collective, it's this one. Mila Kunis always keeps it real about life as a mom and isn't afraid to say it like she means it -- including justifying why she's not going to be her kids' friend anytime soon.

  • The "Bad Moms Christmas" star got candid with Net-a-Porter's "The Edit" about parenting two kids and all the glorious moments that come with it.

    Mila and her hubby Ashton Kutcher are the proud parents to 3-year-old daughter Wyatt and 11-month-old son Dimitri.

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  • Mila fesses to swapping stories with coworkers about how kids can be a**holes and her hopes of raising children she can call friend one day.

  • Just don't mince this mama's words, as Mila makes it quite clear her 3-year-old daughter Wyatt is not her friend.

    "I'm not friends with my daughter now -- she's not my friend, she's my daughter," the 34-year-old actress explains to The Edit. "But later in life, the way that I view my mom -- in my 20s -- she became a friend of mine."

  • Mila also jokes motherhood "is like doing a horrible movie."

    "Mothers just do it, willingly. It's weird," the actress adds. "I'm like, 'That's plastic, let's not put that in our mouth. Don't put that in your mouth. Just simply don't put that in your mouth. That's glass, let's not put that in our mouth. That's raw eggs, let's not put those in our mouth.' That's just, I don't think that's sage advice, I just think that's common sense ... but not to a 3-year-old."

    Yup, we get that too, LOL.

  • Seriously, how can you not love Mila and her stories about her sometimes-F-word-slinging 3-year-old? (LOL.)

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    "My daughter has used 'f**k,'" Kunis reveals in her interview. "She just went, 'Ah, f**k this.' Ashton and I looked at each other, acknowledged it and walked away and giggled to ourselves. Yeah, I’m not proud of it."

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    Oh, Mama, you truly are NOT alone.

  • You can check out Mila's full interview here:

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