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Loose Lips: Ashton Kutcher Reveals Sex of Baby No. 2 on 'Today'

Don't trust Ashton Kutcher with a big secret unless you want it spilled on national television



    It's a boy!

    Ashton Kutcher let it slip on NBC's "Today" show Thursday that he and Mila Kunis's second child will be a boy. While talking to Savannah Guthrie, who is also expecting her second child, Kutcher opened up about his daughter Wyatt and said she somewhat understands what's going on with her mom's pregnancy.

    "She points to Mila and she's like, 'baby brother' when she points to the belly," he said, "and then she points to dad and she goes, 'Beer,' so I think she gets there's something in the belly but I don't quite think that she knows that it's not going to be a plastic doll yet."

    "The Ranch" star also confessed he's a little nervous about having a second child around, even though he has plenty of experience raising Wyatt. "I'm a little terrified to be honest," he admitted. "It's intensely scary."

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    But he admitted he's not reading every single book this pregnancy. "You have a recognition that they're pretty durable," he joked. "You're not going to break them."

    Kutcher said the cause of his stress is all the "rules" about bringing home a second child and introducing it to the older sibling.

    No matter how things turn out, however, he and Mila have one common goal: to raise children "to not be an a--hole."

    "The one topic of conversation we had even prior to ever having kids was always how do you raise a child to not be an a--hole?" Kunis revealed on "The Kyle & Jackie O Show." "And it's so important because we both came from pretty, pretty, solid poverty backgrounds and grew up very poor and are very much self-made and are very aware of what a dollar is worth."

    Kunis also said that it was "beautiful" that she and her husband's kids will never know what it's like "to have ketchup soup for dinner," she did confess that they probably would "never know how to appreciate things."

    "It's a matter of teaching them from a very early age that you know mommy and daddy may have a dollar, but you're poor," she said laughing.

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