Mila Kunis is one lucky woman who has a husband who does not shy away from changing their 9-month-old baby's diapers in public. In a newspaper interview, the Ukrainian born actress talks about why she owns a gun, how she did not use the money she earned as a child-artist and if she will allow her daughter to user social media.

“I probably wouldn’t have the gun if I didn’t have stalkers or people constantly trying to break into my house,” Kunis told the Telegraph. In June, Kunis was stressed when stalker Stuart Lynn Dunn briefly escaped from a mental health facility in Pomona, California. Dunn, who was convicted of stalking her in 2011, was later recaptured.

Kunis started working at the age of 14 but she did not use her money for many years. She was allowed to work on “That '70s Show” under the condition she would only score top grades in school. The actress said she was pleasantly surprised to look at her bank account when she turned 18.

“It didn’t matter how much money I was making. They were poor; thus I was poor. When I finally looked at my bank account I screamed, 'What?'” the actress said. She also talked about how fame did not get to her as a teenager, and she never ended up doing anything controversial. “I could’ve gone in either direction. But nobody did drugs or was an alcoholic,” the actress said.

Kunis, 31, also talked about how her husband Kutcher is a hands on daddy to their daughter Wyatt Isabella. “When my child was born, I was breast-feeding and he said, “That’s your connection, I want to change every diaper,” Kunis told the newspaper. She also went on to explain Kutcher changes the diapers even in public when they go out to eat and uses the ladies room if the diaper is soiled one.

The newspaper also asked her if she would allow her daughter to use social media. The actress would encourage Wyatt to “post beautiful photos” on social media but refrain her from posting any nude pictures.