Mila Kunis cried when she left her baby daughter for the first time.
The 31-year-old actress was reduced to tears when she left four-mouth-old Wyatt, with whom she has with her partner Ashton Kutcher, in the capable hands of a babysitter while she attended the premiere of her movie 'Jupiter Ascending' earlier this week.
Speaking on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' on Tuesday (03.02.15), Mila said: "It's really weird to be out. This is my first time out and about. Swear to God, I left her at home for the first time yesterday during the premiere. It's frightening. I have to be honest, it is because I was with her every day for the first four months of her little life.
"I cried [when I left her] because it's very strange. If anyone's a mum and being a stay-at-home mum, it's a very weird feeling to all of a sudden leave your child. It's not that I don't trust who she's with. It's just the idea of not being with her. Very strange."
The brunette beauty went on to praise Ashton, 38, for adapting to parenthood so well, but she admits she often feels anxious when he holds their little one.
She explained: "I trust him, he's an incredible father but the way that I hold the baby and the way he holds the baby, I mean, he's like a jungle gym. I'm like, 'Awwh child.' And he's like, 'Oh child' and just like chucks her [in the air]. All men do it, it's frightening!"
Meanwhile, Mila has sprung back into shape in just 16 weeks and believes breastfeeding has helped shift the baby weight.
She said: "Breastfeeding is like working out. I am very active. I hike almost every day with her. I strap her into a papoose and away we go."