Ashton Kutcher pays tribute to his family as he accepts Character Award

By Daniela Lozano / 2017.04.14
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher watching a live NBA basketball game

Actor and producer Ashton Kutcher recently accepted an award last weekend and did not forget to pay tribute to his family for everything that he has become; especially is wife Mila Kunis. He offered the sweetest and most humbling testament any wife could ever ask for.

Kutcher presented a heartfelt acceptance speech for the Robert D. Ray Pillar of Character Award last Saturday to which he spoke in great lengths about how it is to be a role model and to demonstrate good character to the public. According to the actor, in order to make and perceive the world that is about to come at you, winning or losing doesn’t matter as long as you learn from whatever mistakes you have made. Cosmopolitan reported that Kutcher spoke about his wife, his parents and his twin brother who was born with cerebral palsy.

As Kutcher mentions his wife Mila Kunis, he simply said “It’s for my wife, who kicks my ass on character every single day.” He spoke about one moment that happened earlier that day wherein he woke up before his wife did and let her sleep for a few more minutes, while he prepared all the things needed for the day. As he acts tired for what he has done, Kunis points out how she does that every single day for him and their 4-month old baby, Dimitri.

He then points out how much more amazing his wife is in terms of character. E! Online reported how Kutcher also made a very special tribute to his twin brother, Michael Kutcher. He described how he was born into this world and how he appreciated how he had someone to share every moment in his life with. He was holding back his tears as he talked about his twin brother who was born with cerebral palsy, and how this taught him how everyone is not created equal but has equal capacity to love one another.

Fans are happy to see Kunis and Kutcher in a happy and complete family with their kids.

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