The 32-year-old actress is currently pregnant with her and husband Ashton Kutcher's second child together, and on Wednesday, Kunis opened up about how her pregnancy is going so far, as well as how Kutcher is as a father to their 1-year-old daughter, Wyatt. Though Kunis is barely showing, she assured Kelly Ripa during her appearance on Live! that her body is sporting some very noticeable changes.
... Specifically, when it comes to her enhanced cleavage!
"My boobs kind of take everything forward a little bit," Kunis joked, noting her and Ripa's petite frames. "I'm like you, by the way, so it's like, 'Oh, look at this! This is what it feels like [to have bigger breasts].'"
Kunis also revealed her pregnancy cravings, which, so far, only includes eggs. However, she currently has an aversion to pieces of meat.
"I can't eat meat. It'll look delicious to me, and then I'll take a bite of it, and then I'm like, 'Uh-uh. Can't do it,'" she said. "This is going to offend a lot of people who are vegetarian: I [used to] love steak. I could eat ground beef -- like a burger, I can eat -- but whole pieces of meat, uh-uh. Uh-uh! It doesn't make any sense. ... It's a very strange pregnancy when it comes to, like, food."
Kunis also appeared on the Today show on Wednesday to promote Bad Moms, when she gushed about Kutcher's parenting skills.
"He's an incredible father. There's not even a question," Kunis said. "You know, some men -- and it's OK -- it takes them a little bit of time to adapt to having a baby and feel comfortable. Wyatt came out, and two seconds later he had it down. He's swaddling and changing diapers. He's incredible."
The Black Swan star later got candid about balancing her work life with being a mother.
"[Bad Moms is the] only movie I've done between baby one and baby two, so I've changed my work schedule a little," she shared. "I think that when I got pregnant with Wyatt, I put so much pressure on myself to figure out how am I going to balance work and life, and I realized it's impossible. I think it literally ate me alive."
"When you do a film, you work average 15 to 17-hour days, that's my baby's entire day that I'm missing -- from before wake-up to after bedtime," Kunis explained. "You've got to pick a project that's worth it."
Of course, Kunis is also spending time with her adorable daughter while on the road promoting her latest film. ET caught up with Kunis at the Bad Moms screening in New York City on Monday, where she talked about how Wyatt's been doing during the press tour.
"She is actually a really good traveler," Kunis said. "You get used to it. Kids adapt to their environment, and she is really awesome. It does take her one or two days to adapt to the time difference."
"She has got her own passport," she added. "Have a couple of stamps in it."