Mila Kunis could live here except for one little thing...

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis

Maybe global warming will help, but until things really heat up in Chicago from November through March, Mila Kunis says she won’t be moving here.

The actress told Vanity Fair she has strongly considered moving to Our Town, but the weather stops her — cold.

“If you take the winter away from Chicago, I would move there,” said Kunis, who spent a good bit of the summer here, shooting the Wachowski’s “Jupiter Ascending” with Channing Tatum.

“There are no paparazzi there,” Kunis added — something she knows a lot about, given he much-publicized romance with Ashton Kutcher, himself famously a major Bears fan.

While Kunis said people in Chicago would politely recognize her and often stopped her to snap a photo, “but I can walk out of my house, out of my apartment building without keeping my head down, which is what I’m so used to doing.”

Kunis praised Chicago’s food and music scene — but really gave props to the people.

“You get the city. You get New York with a Midwestern vibe…with the city people being very welcoming and warm.”

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