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Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher Bought Wedding Rings on Etsy for $190

The actress said she wanted a very thin platinum band

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    Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are expecting another child, their second, E! News reports. The two actors starred in "That 70's Show" and have a 21-month-old daughter together named Wyatt Isabelle.

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    That said, neither actor was willing to spend a fortune on their wedding bands, either. When the "Bad Moms" actress appeared on TBS' "Conan" Wednesday, Conan O'Brien praised her subtle bling.

    "It's not showy," the host told Mila. "It's not, like, incredibly flashy, which I think is cool."

    Mila thanked him and, to her own surprise, decided to share some details.

    "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!" the 32-year-old actress said. "But for our wedding bands — for when we got married — I decided to just get them off of Etsy."

    Conan was impressed by her low-key approach.

    "Now, listen: I've been talking to you for years and I've always loved the fact that you're frugal," he told her. "You're very up front about that."

    "That's a nice way of saying 'cheap,' but yes," Mila joked.

    When she was browsing Etsy, Mila explained, "I wanted the thinnest possible platinum band. I mean, you can't see it, but it's super, super thin."

    While the camera zoomed in on her ring, she recalled being appalled at the price of Tiffany and Co. wedding bands.

    "I was like, 'They're how much? This is astronomical," the actress said. "So, I went on Etsy and I was like, '$90?' I was like, 'buy now!' and Ashton's was $100, so technically his wedding band was a little bit more expensive."

    Purchasing a cheaper band was "not a big deal," Mila added.

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    "My engagement ring is beautiful, but I don't ever wear it," she said. "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."

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    During their conversation, Conan also asked Mila about her second pregnancy.

    "I feel really good," she said. "With the first one, there were these apps where you could check daily to see the size of your baby based on fruit. So, 'Oh, today my baby's the size of guava,' or a banana, or avocado.' And I did it, like, every day. I couldn't even tell you how far along I am right now. I'm like, 'I don't know. A couple months?' I genuinely don't know how far along I am."

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    Mila then shared an update on her 21-month-old daughter, Wyatt Kutcher.

    "She's really funny and incredibly bossy," the actress said. "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."

    Needless to say, Mila told Conan, "She's very strong-willed."

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