Ever since their adorable TV romance on That '70s Show, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher have been total #couplegoals. IRL, the pair—who welcomed their second child in December—is even cuter. Case in point: Ashton gave major props to his bae in a recent speech, and it will definitely make you swoon.
While accepting the Robert D. Ray Pillar of Character Award at Drake University this weekend, Ashton dedicated the award to his loved ones—especially Mila. "It's for my wife, who kicks my ass on character every day. I'm telling you, this morning, I woke up and she kicked my ass on character," he said. "I thought I was awesome because I got up early and helped with the kids before she woke up, and I let her sleep a little bit and then she's like, 'Well, now you're gonna act tired? I do it every day.' But it was a character moment, right? Because she's right!"
We can appreciate Ashton's honesty about getting a hero complex for something his wife does every day. We're pretty sure she appreciated the shout out, too.
Later in the speech, Ashton went on to talk about the things his kids have taught him about being a good person—and made us feel all of the feels.
The greatest lesson in character in my life are my kids," he says. "That's the real deal. When I had these kids, when my wife and I had these kids, and we got to share that amazing, amazing, amazing honor, my first response was I wanted to call my parents and say 'I'm sorry.' Because I never knew how much you loved me."
We're not crying! You're crying! Also, we love how he corrected himself after saying "I had these kids." Well played, sir.