Mila Kunis reveals her real bad mum moment… hands up if it’s happened to you!

Actress Mila Kunis has admitted her biggest parenting mistake so far and we can totally relate.

Pregnant with her second child and on the road promoting her latest movie Bad Moms, Mila has confessed she once forgot to buckle her daughter Wyatt in her car seat before driving down the highway.

Mila tells Babble she simply forgot to do up the straps to her daughter’s car seat in the rush to get on the road.

“You have to pack all this stuff up in anticipation of everything going horribly wrong with the first baby,” Mila says.

“And I was like, ‘I did it’. I put her in the car. Like, I high-five myself. [As] I’m driving down the 101, I was like ‘Oh my God, I’m doing really good today’.”

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But, the celebrations soon turned to panic for the former That’s 70s Show star.

“She was being really quiet, and I was like, ‘Oh, let me look in the rearview mirror to make sure everything’s okay’,” Mila says.

“And I look, and she’s happy as can be, but just not nearly strapped in.”

Mila says she turned white when she realised her mistake and pulled over straight away.

But, by the time the then new mum reached her destination safely, she burst out crying as she confessed her mistake to her actor husband Ashton Kutcher.

“I was like, ‘I f*cked up. I f*cked up,’” she says.

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A year later, Mila says she was actually a little relieved when Ashton did the same thing.

“I was like thank God … I wasn’t alone,” she says.

It is refreshing to hear even one of the most famous Hollywood starlets is human and capable of making mistakes. It’s a side of motherhood the expectant mumma embraces  in Bad Moms, check out the hilarious trailer.

(via Babble)

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