Mila Kunis has recently opened up about the regret she felt after making her husband sell his $200,000 ticket to go to space.
The thirty-seven-year-old actress delved into the details during a recent interview with People Magazine, stating that she was just being "selfish and hormonal" after just giving birth to her youngest child, Dimitri Portwood Kutcher. Their other child, Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher was only quite young so it's no surprise that the new mom panicked and asked her husband to sell it off.
Kutcher himself also spoke out about the incident with Cheddar News, saying this: "I was supposed to be on the next flight, and I will not be on the next flight."
He continued explaining: "When I got married and had kids, my wife basically encouraged that it was not a smart family decision to be heading into space when we have young children, so I ended up selling my ticket back to Virgin Galactic."
Even though he sold his original ticket, an adventure in space is not off the cards just yet.
"At some point, I'm going to space," Kutcher said.
On Wednesday, the award-winning actress opened up about her decision to make her husband sell his ticket.
"We get together 9 years ago and he was like, 'I have a ticket to go to space.' I was like, 'Oh, okay.' I was like, 'That's fun, have fun,'" she said. "Years goes by then all of a sudden we have a baby and he's like, 'I'm going into space.' And I was like, 'That's irresponsible, you cannot have… This is not what you do. You are a father,'" Kunis remembers telling her husband. "I was all so hormonal and I was like, 'You can't, you're going to die. The thing's going to explode and you're going to die — and you're going to leave me with the babies.'"
Kunis then asked Kutcher to return the ticket and being the great man he was, he did in the hopes that it would make his wife happier.
"I know I hate it," she says of the decision now. "Also I'm such [Star Trek fan]. The fact that I didn't let him go into space was so selfish of me, but I was a new mom and I was like, 'You can't leave me and the babies.' And so that's where that decision was made out of.
"I want everybody to know I probably would have let him go to space now, but now it's too late."
Too little too late now, Mila!