Mila Kunis burst into tears as she recalled how her 8-year-old daughter was interested in the war in Ukraine. Viral video

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Mila Kunis in tears told about her daughter who was interested in the war in Ukraine

Mila Kunis, a famous American actress from Chernivtsi, broke down in tears when she told us how her 8-year-old daughter Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher was interested in the topic of the war in Ukraine. When the girl found out that she was also half Ukrainian because of her mother's background, she was very happy.

The star of Black Swan and Bad Moms couldn't hold back her tears on Josh Horowitz's Happy, Sad, Confused show, a fragment of which was posted on YouTube. The video went viral online.

"My daughter said: "Is there a war in Ukraine now?" I said: "Yes". "Aren't you from Ukraine?" I said: "Yes." "So I'm half Ukrainian?" I said: "Yes." "She: "Yeah!" She was so proud, it was such a moment. I'm in tears," Kunis said, wiping her wet eyes.


The actress added that she is proud of her daughter, who is already aware of the events in her star mother's native country.

On March 4 this year, Mila Kunis and her husband, actor Ashton Kutcher, recorded a video message in support of Ukrainians. The celebrities said they were raising $30 million for humanitarian support for Ukraine and would donate $3 million themselves.

In a week, they managed to raise $20 million. President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy personally thanked the couple for their contribution to the victory.

Mila Kunis also explained why she said she was Russian when meeting new people in the US. The star admitted that the war in Ukraine has completely changed her sense of self, so now she is proud of her homeland.

As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, Mila Kunis urged her fans and the international community not to forget about the war in Ukraine. The star said that she understood how regular the tragic news had become, but asked not to treat it as something familiar and normal.

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