Mila Kunis Extra Kilos Have Made Christian Dior Furious

This is how Mila looked when she was a Black Swan skinny girl.

We have seen her in other pictures where she shows a healthier but heavier body shape that apparently has upset Dior. (Star Magazine reveals).

“Marketing honchos at Christian Dior are “furious” with Mila Kunis for putting on weight and continually appearing out and about with Ashton Kutcher in very sloppy, un-chic outfits, Star has learned exclusively. Even worse – Ashton agrees!

“Since pairing with Ashton, she’s constantly photographed looking like a total mess. It’s not the image Dior wants to send,” an insider tells Star, adding that the Dior execs didn’t consider that her pin-thin, 95 lb. Black Swan body wouldn’t last. “When they signed Mila, she was a total waif; they didn’t worry about making her agree to a weight limit in the contract. They’re really regretting that now.”

“The company paid her a fortune and is very frustrated with how she looks,” says a mole. “The marketing people have even offered to supply a wardrobe for her.”

Mila isn’t exactly finding support from her new boyfriend either. Another insider close to the couple reveals that Ashton doesn’t like Mila’s new fuller figure.

“Ashton has been with tons of models, and that’s the body type he likes,” says the spy. “He had been dropping subtle hints, but she wasn’t getting it, so he just told her flat-out that she’s too fat. They had a huge battle and Mila told him to leave if he has a problem with her weight.”

Other readers in our sydney4women beauty and fashion blog want to see:

Emily Deschanel Botox
Julie Benz Implants before and after
Dannii Minogue Before and After

Here we have more pics of Mila (probably the ones that have upset the Fashion house)

This is Mila with Ashton showing her tummy ( I don’t think she looks fat, Click on the image to enlarge it!

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