Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have added to their family once again! The couple gave their two-year-old daughter Wyatt Isabelle a baby brother as they welcomed their second child on Wednesday (Nov. 30), their representative has announced.
On Friday, the couple shared their son's name on A Plus, a media site founded by the now father of two. "Dimitri Portwood Kutcher was born at 1:21 a.m. on November 30, weighing 8 pounds and 15 ounces," reads a news story.
A spokesperson for Ashton, 38, and 33-year-old Mila, who married in July last year, confirmed the news of the actress' second pregnancy to HELLO! Online back in June. And just a few months later, in October, Ashton let slip the sex of their second child.
"It's really exciting," the star told host Savannah Guthrie during an appearance on the Today show. "She, like, points to Mila and she's like 'baby brother' when she points to the belly and then she points to Dad and she goes 'beer.’ So I think she gets there's something in the belly, but I don't quite think she knows that it's not going to be a plastic doll yet."
Both Ashton and Mila have been vocal about the love of parenthood ever since they welcomed little Wyatt in October 2014. "You think you know how much you love another person, and then you have a child and you realise you didn't know," Ashton previously told Ellen DeGeneres. "I think I really look at this as the greatest opportunity of my life."
He continued: "But the most amazing thing about having a baby is my partner, Mila. She's the greatest mum — I can't even! Like, I go to work every day and I come home and she's perfect."
Mila, meanwhile, hasn't ruled out the possibility of baby number three! "I think you know when your family is complete," she told Ryan Seacrest in July. "After we had Wyatt, the second that I gave birth, I was like, 'I know that we need to have another baby.' We both knew it, we just felt it. And so I always say after the second one, we'll know if we need to have another one. I really do believe you know when your family is complete."