Ashton Kutcher is loving being a new dad to his daughter Wyatt, and reminds the women of The Talk that he has had a little experience with parenting girls in the past. Remember when he was married to mother-of-three, Demi Moore?!
During Kutcher and his Two and a Half Men co-star Jon Cryer's visit to the daytime talk show, the subject came up about how he's getting along raising a newborn. The 36-year-old didn't hold back from talking about his family.
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"Everyone says when you get a child they don't come with an owner's manual, but that's kind of not true because Google is like an owner's manual," he joked. "You can pretty much Google anything and it's there."
Kutcher added that he and his fiance Mila Kunis have been doing "a lot of research on infants" in preparation for their little one, who was born on Oct. 1.
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The actor also acknowledges his time being married to Demi Moore, and being a stepdad to her three daughters -- Rumer, Tallulah and Scout Willis --, gave him some experience with raising a girl. "I've been a parent to teenage girls before in my life and so I have experience with girls and experience with that from like age 7 till like 25," he said.
Kutcher and Moore were married in Sept. 2005, and announced their separation in Nov. 2011. The two didn't officially divorce until Nov. 2013.
The actor followed up his statement about his ex's family by saying, "But infants was a whole new thing. We really went and started studying what it is to take care of a baby and how you do it. And it's all on Google!"
Up next for Kunis and Kutcher will probably be marriage -- that is if the actress doesn't stress over it too much. "As far as the wedding goes - ugh - that's the part that makes me nervous," she told W magazine's Aug. 2014 issue, before she gave birth to baby Wyatt. "Like that's a hassle. Who do you invite? Who do you not invite? You're going to offend somebody."
Check out more of Kunis' wedding worries in the video below.