Still, Kunis hasn’t shaken her superstitious tendencies completely. When asked if she considers herself the luckiest girl alive, the That ’70s Show alum replied, “I’m going to knock on wood.” However, she acknowledged she has a lot to be thankful for.
“It’s a fine line between hard work and luck,” she said. “I am very lucky. I am so fortunate.”
She’s especially grateful for her family—noting she has “a great relationship” with her parents and brother, an “amazing partner” in Kutcher and two children, daughter Wyatt7, and son Dimitri5.
And ultimately, as the Black Swan actress explained, everyone has a different definition of what it means to be lucky. Referring to leaving Ukraine for the US with her family as a child, Kunis shared, “For me, given how I grew up, the fact that I own a house and a car, that surpassed anything and everything. So that was it for me .”
However, she noted that her definition of luck has changed over time. “Then you get older, then you realize you can’t buy time and you can’t buy health,” Kunis continued. “So the second you have time and the second you got health, you’re like, ‘Wow! I’m so lucky. I’m healthy. My family’s healthy. How lucky am I? I have time to be with my family .How lucky am I?’ So I think it depends on what your definition of lucky is.”