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Mila Kunis' bargain wedding band

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Mila Kunis bought her wedding ring for $90 on Etsy.

The 'Bad Moms' actress and her now-husband Ashton Kutcher didn't want to pay a hefty price for platinum bands so turned to the online marketplace and got a bargain for their symbolic pieces of jewellery.

Speaking on 'Conan', Mila revealed: "I can't believe that I'm telling anybody this story. So, my husband and I got married a little while ago. He got me a beautiful engagement ring. Like, stunning, stunning, stunning!

"But for our wedding bands - for when we got married - I decided to just get them off of Etsy.

"I wanted the thinnest possible platinum band. I mean, you can't see it, but it's super, super thin."

Mila Kunis with husband Aston Kutcher, at a Country Music Festival. © Getty Images Mila Kunis with husband Aston Kutcher, at a Country Music Festival.

The 32-year-old star - who is pregnant with her second child - recalled how she turned to Etsy after being appalled by the prices at upmarket jeweller Tiffany & Co..

 said: "I was like, 'They're how much? This is astronomical'.

"So, I went on Etsy and I was like, '$90? Buy now!' Ashton's was $100, so technically his wedding band was a little bit more expensive."

Mila insists it was "not a big deal" buying the cheaper band, and gets much more wear out of it than her "beautiful" engagement ring.

She added: "My engagement ring is beautiful, but I don't ever wear it. This ring, I'm like, 'It's $90!' It's great. That person on Etsy had no clue whose ring they were making, but they were wonderful and very nice and polite and generous."

Meanwhile, the brunette beauty admitted she is stunned by how bossy her 21-month-old daughter Wyatt can be.

She said: "She's really funny and incredibly bossy.

"It's weird because they're just kind of developing their language skills and she somehow mastered, 'Sit here now.' So, it'll be like, 'Sit! Here! Now!' I'll be like, 'Oh, my God! My child's like a little baby Nazi.' And then she grabs your hand. If you don't want to do it, she doesn't care. She just pulls you down to the floor.

"She's very strong-willed."

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