Mila Kunis says Ashton Kutcher is training his kids for a 5K after an inspirational marathon in New York

The children of Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher proudly follow in their father’s footsteps.

After the 44-year-old actor trained and completed the 2022 New York City Marathon on November 6, the couple’s daughter Wyatt, 8, and son Dimitri, 5, were so inspired to cheer on dad during his big race that Kutcher is now also training to run.

“Now they’re going to start,” Kunis, 39, told PEOPLE of her children in family guy 400th episode celebration in Los Angeles. “They want to run a 5k and today he started training our kids to run. They did a half mile run today. It’s very cute.”

Kutcher trained for months at a virtual Peloton Series where he raced alongside some of his famous friends like Kim Kardashian and Kenny Chesney, while raising over $1 million on behalf of his charity. charity, THORN, which protects children from online sex trafficking and abuse. .

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Ashton Kutcher completes the 2022 New York TCS Marathon on November 06, 2022 in New York City.

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“He succeeded,” adds Kunis. “He’s been awesome. It’s been amazing for the kids to watch their parents go through that, because it’s not easy. It takes a toll on your body, and so our kids got to see him get through it all. It was very cool.”

The actor finished in less than four hours, impressing his entire family who attended the big day. Still, Kunis says she shouldn’t be expected to join the habit of running at home anytime soon.

“I can lie and say, ‘Absolutely!'” the actress said. “But I am not.”

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Although his kids understand dad’s new hobby, they still struggle to come to terms with the fact that their mom played an animated character on TV for 20 seasons.

“They only started to understand because I made a show for Web3,” says Kunis, who voiced family guy‘s Meg Griffin since 2000. “And because I kept talking about it at home is when they were like, ‘Oh, I get it. You do cartoons,” and I was like, “Well, I guess so. ‘ But no, they don’t know family guy at all.”

And Kutcher isn’t the only one celebrating accomplishments at home right now.

FOX 'Family Guy' TV show panel, TCA Winter Press Tour, Los Angeles, USA - January 04, 2018

FOX ‘Family Guy’ TV show panel, TCA Winter Press Tour, Los Angeles, USA – January 04, 2018

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Kunis, along with costars Seth MacFarlane, Seth Green and Alex Borstein came together to celebrate 400 episodes of anime character play on family guy, and she couldn’t be more grateful for the show’s success.

“I’m so happy for this job,” Kunis said. “It’s the greatest concert on the planet. I think I said that. You can find this quote. For 20 years I’ve been so grateful for this work. I love it. I love everyone here.”

“Get Stewie”, the landmark 400th episode of family guy, will air on Sunday, November 20 at 9:30 a.m. pm HE/PT on FOX.

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