Mila and Ashton ‘take baby to vegan eatery’

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher were seen taking their newborn daughter Wyatt to a vegan restaurant.

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher were “happy” as they took their newborn to a vegan eatery.

The engaged couple welcomed their first child, Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher into the world in September. And the little one is said to be accompanying her famous parents to healthy restaurants and leaving good impressions.

“They were really friendly and looked really happy," a source told Us Weekly.

Mila, 31, apparently looked “great” as she accompanied the Two and a Half Men actor and their baby girl to the establishment located in Studio City, California. And it seems neither of them have forgotten their manners.

“Mila and Ashton came and thanked the chef and said goodbye,” the onlooker continued.

Whilst at the vegan restaurant, the pair reportedly dined on a range of meat and dairy free delicacies. They opted not to confine themselves to one meal and instead chose the chef’s tasting menu.

According to the publication’s source, this included olives, mushrooms, pecan pie, hummus, thyme flavoured popcorn and a whole range of fresh and roasted vegetables.

They also are said to have enjoyed basic sweet treats like peanut butter and jelly sandwiches at the restaurant that promotes cuisine without animal products.

Back in July, Mila told the American edition of Marie Claire magazine it was important to her that her children grew up as “good kids”. She discussed her intentions to make sure she encouraged honesty and kindness as a parent.

“I just don’t want my kids to be a**holes,” the actress declared. “I feel like so many kids nowadays are. Both of us just want to have well-behaved, honest, nice children who people meet and say, ‘That’s a good kid.’”

Mila and Ashton starred on That ‘70s Show together back in 1998 until 2006, but it wasn’t until 2012 that they began dating. They became engaged in February this year, after Ashton split from wife Demi Moore.
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Tuesday, 28. October 2014