Ukrainian-American Actress Mila Kunis Says Russians Are Not the Enemy
Rich Polk/GettyMila Kunis is speaking out about her Ukrainian roots in a new interview with Maria Shriver. Along with her husband, Ashton Kutcher, the actress is hoping to raise $30 million to support Ukrainian refugees escaping the devastation of the Russian invasion.Kunis was born in Chernivtsi, Ukraine, in 1983, and migrated to the United States with her family when she was seven years old. “I very much have always felt like an American,” she tells Shriver in the interview. “People were like,news.yahoo.com
Arnold Schwarzenegger’s son Christopher unveils his weight loss during outing with mom Maria Shriver
Christopher Schwarzenegger showed off his new slimmer physique on Tuesday while enjoying a day of pampering with mom Maria Shriver, 65, and sister Christina, 30, at a nail salon in Brentwood, Calif.news.yahoo.com
Maria Shriver wants us all to stop scrolling and start talking
(CNN) - When Maria Shriver hosts dinner for her family every Sunday, she has one rule -- no phones at the table. She wants to get people talking, to gain back what we've lost in the age of TikTok and Instagram. "[Talking] makes me feel understood, makes me feel I'm looking at someone and I'm finding common ground. And I think I'm having a shared experience. You don't have to work with what I'm working with or what your dad's working with, but you have to find some way to be of service.