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Oh boy! Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher reveal name of baby No. 2

The stars revealed the name they gave to their brand new baby boy.
/ Source: TODAY

Congratulations, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher! The stars now have a new bundle of joy — a baby boy named Dimitri Portwood.

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher attend a basketball game in 2014.Noel Vasquez / GC Images

On Friday, A Plus — a digital media company founded by Kutcher — shared the news and more on its website, including the that the little guy weighed in at 8 pounds and 15 ounces when he was born on Nov. 30

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The fact that the couple had a boy was no surprise to us. After all, Kutcher dropped a big hint about that during an October visit to TODAY.

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"(Wyatt) points to Mila and she's like, 'Baby brother!' when she points to the belly," he told Savannah Guthrie, adding that their little girl knew something about his tummy, too. Whenever she pointed his way, she said, "Beer!"

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Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis sit in the stands as the Golden State Warriors face the Cleveland Cavaliers during Game Two of the 2016 NBA Finals on June 5, 2016, in Oakland, California.Jack Arent / NBAE/Getty Images

Kutcher recently explained to Conan O'Brien that he had another name in mind for Dimitri, but it "didn't fly" with his wife.

"I'm an Iowan, so to have a kid named Hawkeye?" he said, referring to the University of Iowa's sports nickname. He added, "It's like 'M.A.S.H'-y. He could be a doctor."

Alas, no luck.

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During his visit to TODAY, Kutcher said that while he was thrilled about becoming a dad for the second time, he still felt some fear.

"The first one, I basically became a doula for the pregnancy," "The Ranch" actor said. "I read everything you could possibly read, and this one, I'm like, 'Yeah, it's coming.' And you have a recognition that they're pretty durable. You're not going to break them. ... (Still), I'm a little terrified to be honest."

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