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Mila Baby Bump: Mom-To-Be Spotted With Growing Baby Bump



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Mila Baby Bump


It has barely been a week since Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher announced their engagement. Now this darling couple of Hollywood have more good news to announce. Mila is expecting their first baby! Sporting very conservative clothing the couple were spotted early on a Sunday morning at an L.A. grocery store. It was quite visible that Mila was not only sporting a fashionable athletic outfit, but also a growing baby bump.

The babay bump has also been seen on the red carpet at the Golden Globes. There with co-star Channing Tatum to promote their upcoming science fiction film, Mila was glowing in traditional mommy to be fashion.

The actress was also quite clear that this baby is something she has wanted for some time now. She expressed that she is more than ready to settle down and raise a family. Does this affect the pending marriage at all? Well, some say that there is a rush to get the nuptials done before the baby is born, but many discard this as mere conjecture and rumor.

The Couple is planning the wedding, as well as preparing well for the baby. Mila expects to be able to continue working until the arrival of the baby, when she states that her plan is to slow down with work. She simply does not want to take time away from the child.

Whether shopping in posh Beverly Hills, or on the red carpet, one thing is for sure and that is the couple are sure to have a beautiful baby.

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