“You don’t want everyone else’s opinion on the name,” he explained.
After some prodding — and an agreement to praise the name publicly after it’s finally revealed — Kutcher did, however, whisper his son’s moniker to Ripa. And she approved calling it “established.”
Teased Kutcher, 38, “Now we know and you don’t.”
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The couple already has big aspirations for their “little hombre,” Kutcher said, noting that they practice saying his name after titles like “President” and “football star.”
So how did Kunis, 33, and Kutcher, who already share daughter Wyatt Isabelle, 2, come up with their little one’s title?
“I do a thing, Mila calls it ‘name tourettes,’ because when we get in the naming process she hates every name I come up with,” Kutcher explained. “So I just start rattling off … she hates it, but eventually both times I’ve landed on the name with ‘name tourettes.’ ”
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The parents are already prepping for life as a family of four — although Kutcher is taking a more laid back approach than when Wyatt arrived, he said.
“The first one, I was basically a doula, I was reading all the books and going crazy,” he detailed, adding, “This one, I’ve got no idea. It’s number two, I’m running around with Wyatt all day long, so I haven’t looked at the book. I haven’t even refreshed.”
— Lindsay Kimble