Mila Kunis confirms that Ashton Kutcher first confessed his feelings for her while drunk.

Ashton Kutcher’s initial confession of love to Mila Kunis was made while he was intoxicated, as confirmed by Kunis herself.

When asked about a TikTok video in which her husband revealed his affections for her for the first time, the Luckiest Girl Alive star claimed her hubby had “a little too much tequila.”

Kunis, who is 39, claimed, “It truly happened.” I’ll never forget that night.

She repeated her explanation to Entertainment Tonight: “I didn’t have tequila.” Oh my god, I was fully alert and I was shocked. Yes, gentlemen, this actually occurred.

The actor went on to say that the moment Kutcher initially told her “I love you” was the moment she realised she felt the same way.

With his new Peloton running series Our Future Selves, Kutcher, 44, discussed the drunken incident.

He relayed the anecdote while he raced next to country artist Kenny Chesney in a video posted to Peloton’s TikTok account.

The actor from That 70s Show has been quoted as saying, “The first time I told my wife that I love her was while listening to ‘You and Tequila.

He quipped, “I might have had a bit too much tequila; I came up drunk to her place at like two in the morning and I just started yelling, ‘You and tequila make me insane.’

She was all, ‘Don’t say it if you don’t mean it,’ I told her after telling her I loved her. “Are you going to still love me after you get over this hangover in the morning?”

The next day, Kutcher told Kunis he still felt the same way he had the night before when he was inebriated. According to him, “I still love you” was the first thing he told his partner when he woke up the following day.

Oscar newcomers Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher walk the red carpet

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While they worked together on the set of That 70s Show in 1998, Kutcher and Kunis didn’t start dating each other until 2012.

They tied the knot in July 2015, and now raise a family that includes a daughter, Wyatt Isabelle, 8, and a son, Dimitri Portwood, 6.

When they said last summer that they only give their kids a bath when “you can see filth on them,” the parents immediately found themselves in the centre of a firestorm of criticism.

Kunis explained that “I didn’t have hot water growing up,” so she didn’t take daily showers. She went on to say that she didn’t always wash her kids, either. Never once did I ever be “that” mom who bathed their infants.

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