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Mila Kunis gave birth to a very big baby!

The Jupiter Ascending star stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show Tuesday and opened up about her 4-month-old daughter, Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher. "She's a really good baby. She was 9.5 pounds when she was born," Mila revealed. "Yeah! Yeah! Uh huh." According to the actress, "Because she was so big, she was like a hearty little thing; we skipped the newborn stage. And so she was like a good hearty eater."

"Newborn never happened. Newborn diapers never happened. And newborn clothes never happened, 0-3," the actress continued. "She's 4 months old and wears 6-month clothing, 6-9. She's a big girl, y'all!"

Though Ashton Kutcher continued to film new episodes of CBS' Two and a Half Men, Mila took time off to stay home with their firstborn child. "Here's the thing: When I go back to work full-time and have to have 17-hour workdays, I'm gonna need somebody to come and help me because I can't do both," the new mom said. "But because I'm in a very specific place in my life where I could take time off, I did. And I don't think that everybody has that privilege. I think that people nowadays have to go back to work right away and I didn't, so I took advantage of it. Like, I love the fact that the first three months she and I were up every night. And I figured her out and she figured me out and she now sleeps in her own crib in her own room, and I will never have that time again. So, for me, it was a really nice three months."

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Mila Kunis, Ellen DeGeneres

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"Is there anything that's a surprise to you?" Ellen DeGeneres asked.

At first, Mila said "yes" before clarifying that her feelings for Wyatt weren't a surprise. "You think you know love—and I know people say this all the time—but the truest meaning of unconditional love is my child. I thought I loved Ashton. I thought I loved my parents, my dogs. I was like, 'I know love.' It's such a different aspect, though. It's not like it's greater or lesser. It's just in a whole other field. And if she murdered somebody in cold blood I would love her. I would be like, 'That's OK,'" she said. "But it's true. It's so weird, but when she was born, I was like, 'This is the most incredible thing that's ever happened.'"

Mila also called Ashton "an amazing dad."

"I wouldn't have done this by myself," she added. "He is 100 percent present."

Because Mila is breastfeeding, Ashton volunteered for diaper duty. It's become his "whole thing," she said. "He'll never be able to feed her in the early stages. Now he can because she's partially bottle-fed. But the second she was born he changed the first diaper. And has changed multiple diapers ever since. If he's home he changes the diaper. He became a master swaddler. He can swaddle anyone's baby."

Mila then offered up his services, saying, "If your baby needs to be swaddled, he will do it."

"Call him," Mila vouched. "He is a pro."

"You heard it here: Just call Ashton Kutcher," DeGeneres joked. "We'll have a phone number. If you go to our website, we'll let you know how to get in touch with Ashton if your baby needs to be swaddled."

Mila Kunis, Ellen DeGeneres

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Mila was also asked to address reports that she and Ashton had a secret wedding. "It's my duty as a talk show host to ask you the question if you're married, because he posted this, so it means something, I would think," Ellen said as a Ashton's picture of "The Kutchers" written in the sand appeared onscreen.

"Well, you can ask that question," Mila said.

"It says 'The Kutchers' so it sounds like you're married," Ellen said.

Mila threw up her hands and smiled.

After a long pause, Ellen announced, "I'm gonna say yes."

The actress giggled and replied, "I don't know! I don't know! I don't know. We could just be a plural. My daughter has his last name legally. So thus there's multiple Kutchers. He has a brother that is a Kutcher."

"Why would it be such a secret if you were married?" Ellen asked Mila. "Are you still trying to stay on the market for men that think, like, if there are guys out there and he's sexy, too, [they have a chance]?"

"So, I see," Ellen said. "It's a whole professional thing."

"You got it figured out, Ellen," Mila said.

"I got it figured out," Ellen replied.

"You got it!" Mila told her. "You're on it. Mhmm."

"Yeah," the comedienne said. "Yeah...but you're married."