NEW YORK, Oct. 23 (UPI) -- Mila Kunis says her life has dramatically changed since welcoming daughter Wyatt.
The 32-year-old actress opened up about the 1-year-old to Business Insider at the Jim Beam Apple launch Tuesday in New York. Kunis gave birth to Wyatt in October 2014, and shared her fierce love for her only child in the interview.
"I think if she killed someone, I would literally be like, 'I got it. Where do you want me to help you bury the body?'" the star said. "I wouldn't even question it. I can't say that about anybody else in my life.
"Everything is different, from the fact that you're happy when you get six hours of sleep, to the idea of being responsible for this incredible, living, breathing, little human being that you can't believe is yours," she added.
Kunis and husband Ashton Kutcher have been together since 2012, and married in secret in July. The couple met on the set of That '70s Show several years previous, and Kunis said she "absolutely" wants to have more kids with the 37-year-old actor.
"Nobody was ever younger than me and all of a sudden in a blink of an eye," the actress said of aging to GQ magazine at the event. "When I was little, I remember thinking athletes were so much older. Now, I think, 'Who is this 24-year-old kid?' It's weird!"
Kunis last appeared in Jupiter Ascending with Channing Tatum, and will co-executive produce the forthcoming Starz series Trapped with Rob Zombie. Kutcher is scheduled for the forthcoming Netflix series The Ranch and The Long Home with Josh Hutcherson.