Just four months after giving birth to baby Wyatt, Mila Kunis has made her red-carpet debut as a mother. The 31-year-old actress stunned at the premiere of Jupiter Ascending in Los Angeles on Monday night (Feb. 1), which marked the star’s gorgeous return to the spotlight after welcoming her first child with Ashton Kutcher in October.
Mila wore a glamorous black corseted dress with a full skirt and Christian Louboutin heels for her red carpet return, and showed she has had no trouble getting back into shape following the birth of her daughter.
The new mother once again triggered speculation that she has secretly married her fiancé Ashton when fans spotted that she was wearing what appeared to be a wedding ring in place of her usual engagement ring. Ashton previously sparked rumours that they had married when he signed their New Year message from “The Kutchers”.
Mila walked the red carpet without Ashton, but was joined by her co-stars Eddie Redmayne and Channing Tatum as they promoted the highly anticipated film, which was originally scheduled for release in summer 2014.
Ashton was later seen entering the TCL Chinese Theatre before the screening.
The couple are slowly making their return to the spotlight since welcoming daughter Wyatt Isabelle on Oct. 1. They enjoyed another night off parenting duties when they joined their former The 70’s Show co-star Wilmer Valderama to celebrate his 35th birthday on Thursday.
Videos from the occasion show Ashton and Mila getting into the spirit of the evening and singing For He’s A Jolly Good Fellow to the birthday boy.
The couple are clearly loving being parents. Ashton has previously credited Mila as being “the greatest mom”.
“The most amazing thing about having a baby is my partner, Mila,” he told Ellen DeGeneres in December. “She’s the greatest mom – I can’t even. I go to work every day and I come home and she’s like perfect.
“And it just seems like everything went amazing. And I know that something probably didn’t go amazing, but she never tells… it’s unbelievable. She’s incredible.”