- Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis revealed that daily bathing is not something their family are about doing
- Not having had hot water as a child, Mila never felt the need to bath her babies every day and neither does she herself
- Both Ashton and Mila only wash their important bits, pits and faces, the rest they leave to be free and unwashed
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are taking saving water to a whole other level. According to the stars, if it ain’t dirty, don’t clean it!
While most of us bathe every single day, Ashton and Mila don’t. Turns out, bathing daily is so last year.
Speaking on an episode of Dax Shepard's Armchair Expert podcast, Ashton and Mila revealed that bathing is not an everyday occurrence in their house.
When asked why this is so, Mila explained how growing up she did not have the luxury of hot water so bathing was only done on a need-to-do basis, not as a formality, as reported by CNN.
"I didn't have hot water growing up as a child so I didn't shower very much anyway," said Mila.
Ashton and Mila’s children were not bathed as tiny babies and now they are only bathed if they are visibly dirty. Ashton feels “if you can see the dirt on them, clean them.”
Kim Kardashian supports ex-husband Kanye West with new album
In other A-list celebrity news, Kim Kardashian was part of her ex-hubby Kanye West's album's listening event on Thursday night, 22 July. Kim and their four children were part of the massive crowd that attended the listening session at Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium, reported Briefly News.
Even though Kim and the US rapper are no longer an item, they make sure that their kids are part of their daily lives. Family is everything to Kanye, who even named the album after his mom, Donda.
The hip-hop mogul's album name, Donda, is currently trending high on Twitter as his fans from across the world discuss their favourite songs in the album.
Kanye gifted 5 000 tickets to staff and students from some Atlanta institutions to come and vibe with him.
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Source: Briefly News