Mila Kunis sells Hollywood mansion

Mila Kunis has reportedly sold her mansion in the Hollywood Hills.

The 31-year-old Black Swan actress is currently expecting her first child with Two and a Half Men star Ashton Kutcher. And according to TMZ, she has sold her mansion in preparation for the baby. The outlet reports the 455.22 sqm (4,900 sq. ft.) 5-bedroom home in Laurel Canyon was bought for  R41.6 million ($3.8 million) on Wednesday. Although the sum was slightly lower than her original asking price, Mila pocketed $1 million in profits from the sale, as she purchased the house in 2008 for R31.6 million ($2.89 million).

'They want to make their new house as baby-friendly and safe as possible'

She and Ashton have already purchased a family home for R112 million ($10.2 million) in the Beverly Hills area. Apparently he is still trying to sell his bachelor pad, located in Lake Hollywood Estates, for R131 million ($12 million).

The baby is thought to be due in the next few weeks and it’s claimed the pair are pulling out all the stops to ensure their Beverly Hills residence is child proof before Mila gives birth.

"[Mila] feels really lucky," an insider close to the pair divulged to People magazine. "Almost every day they're making preparations.

"They want to make their new house as baby-friendly and safe as possible. There are a lot of baby items delivered."

Ashton, 36, has been on hand to make life easier for the expectant mom.

Onlookers recently saw him pulling out a chair for Mila at a Santa Monica restaurant.

"She feels pretty big lately and can't do much because it's harder for her to move around. She's in the home stretch!" the insider said.

"They're enjoying every step of the way. The pregnancy has brought them closer."

Mila and Ashton first met while starring on That ‘70s Show, a programme that first began airing in 1998.

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