Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis
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Ashton Kutcher reserves Twitter handle for his baby

ASHTON Kutcher and Mila Kunis' daughter already has her own Twitter handle.  

The former 'That 70s Show' actors welcomed their first child, daughter Wyatt. into the world earlier this month and Ashton has confessed they were so happy when they finally decided on a name that they set up social media accounts for the four week old to use in the future.  

He explained: "We immediately went home and we reserved all the domain names. We got the Twitter handle, the Instagram - everything you could possibly [have]. I don't want a porn site with my daughter's name! It's unacceptable to me and it's not gonna happen!"  

The 36-year-old star also revealed they had already decided on a name before Mila, 31, even got pregnant, but then when they found out they were expecting they went off of their original choice.  

Speaking on 'Conan' he explained: "We had another name. We had it picked out and were like, 'All right this is the name'. Then we got pregnant a week - a couple of weeks after we picked the name. But then when we were pregnant, the name just didn't fit the energy that we were feeling.  

"We were calling it the baby, but never by the name that we had given it.  

"On night, Mila was just like, 'This is not the name!' And I'm like, 'OK! It's not the name'. I had to get the creative juices going."  

Catch the full interview on 'Conan' tonight (29.10.14) on truTV - Freeview channel 68, Sky channel 565 and Freesat channel 154 at 11pm.



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