Ashton Kutcher admits he has a "hero complex" over his newborn daughter.
The Two And A Half Men actor, who welcomed little Wyatt Isabelle with fiancée Mila Kunis recently, has spoken about becoming a father in an interview with US show The Talk and said he feels his daughter now sees him as a hero.
Asked what it’s like to be a parent, he replied: "The whole thing is pretty exceptional. We decided right away we didn’t want a nanny or a night nurse or anything.
"We’re lucky enough that we have jobs that we can afford to be at home, or take time off if we need to. I kind of have like a hero complex a little bit, I’m somebody’s hero now!
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Ashton talks about his daughter
"It fulfills every bit of your ego when the kid starts to cry and you’re like, ‘Oh, I got this’. The child calls dad and you’re like, ‘Ohhh yeah’. You’re feel like a baby whiseperer."
A source recently told E! News that the couple are "really enjoying every minute of being parents" to their little girl.
They also revealed that their daughter has so far been "a good baby, she’s not fussy at all" but that Mila and Ashton "aren’t getting much sleep but make each other laugh to get through it."
The couple are now parents
Ashton, 36, and Mila, 31, have grown closer since the birth of Wyatt, according to a source, who spoke to E! News about their relationship.
"Mila is saying seeing Ashton with Wyatt has made her fall deeper in love with him, it melts her heart," they said.
Nawwww, we feel all warm and fuzzy inside.