Mila Kunis reveals disastrous details of honeymoon with Ashton Kutcher

George Back
Producer, Yahoo Entertainment

Mila Kunis visited The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and revealed the disastrous details of her and Ashton Kutcher‘s honeymoon in 2015.

The mum of two gave Kutcher a gift card to an RV rental company, thinking it would be the perfect way to spend their honeymoon.

Kunis admitted that she was not excited about taking their 10-month-old baby in a “rented tin can,” but things got even more interesting when Kutcher invited his parents to follow the couple in their ultra-luxurious RV.

Mila Kunis visited The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and revealed the disastrous details of her and Ashton Kutcher’s honeymoon in 2015. Photo: Getty Images

“If you’ve ever seen the National Lampoon movies, our honeymoon was like a real-life National Lampoon’s Honeymoon,” Kunis said.

She said the trip was filled with disasters and misadventures.

The air-conditioning went out just a few hours after they left Los Angeles. 

Then Apple Maps directed them onto a fire road instead of a paved highway.

“We all had to jump out of the vehicle and walk for, like, three miles while my father-in-law drove the van,” she recalled.

Kunis admitted that she was not excited about taking their 10-month-old baby in a “rented tin can,” but things got even more interesting when Kutcher invited his parents to follow the couple in their ultra-luxurious RV. Photo: Getty Images

“And Ashton, like, navigated him over gigantic boulders ’cause there had just been a massive flood.”

Kunis said her mother-in-law planned the itinerary, which led to some frustration.

They were supposed to visit Napa, Californnia, but instead stayed in Lodi … near two prisons.

Apparently that was the last straw. Kunis said, “My husband looks at me and goes, ‘Um, I quit.’ And I was like, ‘Me, too.'”

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