Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher don’t close the door while going to the bathroom at home — and it’s all because of their kids.
“Our doors are always open in our house,” the actress told E! News in an interview published Thursday. “There are no closed doors.
“For better or for worse, as a family … [we] have all kind of embodied bodily function as a very standard norm,” she continued.
Kunis, 39, blamed the dynamic on her 7-year-old daughter, Wyatt, and her 5-year-old son, Dimitri.
“I’d never thought that I would be the person that was able to go to the bathroom with the door open,” she explained. “It doesn’t matter if I close it. It never made a difference.”
But the little ones knocked “every two seconds,” leading the “Family Guy” star to decide to “just keep the door damn open.”The couple made the decision after daughter Wyatt and son Dimitri knocked “every two seconds.”Getty Images for Kershaw's Chall
Kunis is no stranger to talking about her family’s time in the bathroom.
In July 2021, she and Kutcher, 44, made headlines when they told Dax Shepard that their kids only got bathed when they became visibly dirty.
“If you can see the dirt on them, clean them,” the “Ranch” alum explained during the “Armchair Expert” podcast episode. “Otherwise, there’s no point.”
Kunis chimed in, “I wasn’t that parent that bathed my newborns — ever. I didn’t have hot water growing up as a child, so I didn’t shower much anyway.”
As an adult, the “Bad Moms” star clarified, “I wash my armpits and my crotch daily, and nothing else ever. I got a bar of Lever 2000 that delivers every time. … I do have a tendency to throw some water on my face after a workout to get all the salts out.”
Shepard’s wife, Kristen Bell, was one of the first, admitting to once going “five or six days” before giving their daughters, Lincoln, 9, and Delta, 7, a bath.
“Once you catch a whiff, that’s biology’s way of letting you know you need to clean it up,” the “Frozen” star, 42, said on “The View” in August 2021. “There’s a red flag, because honestly, it’s just bacteria.
“Once you get the bacteria, you gotta be like, ‘Get in the tub or the shower.’”