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I didn't know that I was supposed to meet his friend until much later. And Kunis and Kutcher begin to kiss at the party, in private.
"So then we end up having a lot of talks about how this is a huge mistake and how he needs to go and be single and I need to go and be single.
In the clip uploaded to Instagram on June 20, 2019, Ashton, 41, can be seen turning to Kunis, 35, and asking her: “Babe! ” “It’s over between us,” Mila replied with a smirk on her face, before continuing: “I felt suffocated.” Reading the tabloid report from her mobile phone, the actress added: “Also, I took the kids,” to which the PUNK’D presenter responded: “Oh you took the kids, I don’t get the kids anymore.” The footage garnered huge attention, with a number of famous faces commenting on the pair’s funny reaction. Miss y’all,” while Justin Biebers’ wife Hailey Balwin remarked: “Amazing.” Rumer Willis, who is the daughter of his ex-wife Demi Moore, simply said: “Fake news.” Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have been married for four years after tying the knot in 2015 and share two children, Wyatt, 4, and Dimitri, 2.
The pair is notoriously private about their romance and rarely discuss their personal life, however, they have been ravaged by rumours of a break-up in the past.
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are one of Hollywood's most beloved couples, and their romance continues to grow from strength to strength.
However, they first met more than 20 years ago on the set of US sitcom, That '70s Show, when Kunis was just 14 and Kutcher was 20 years old when filming for the first series took place.
They welcomed their first child in October 2014 when their daughter Wyatt was born and had their son Dimitri in November 2016.
The loved-up couple started dating in 2012, just months after Ashton's marriage to Demi Moore ended.
It was super private for a very long time." It was the first time ever that I ever slept over at a guy's house since becoming single. At 2 in the morning, I was like "I'm going to call an Uber." And he was like, "You're crazy" and I was like, "BYE." When I was single, I was so adamant about never staying at a guy's house, that I was like peacing out.
And he was like, "You're not leaving." And that was the first time [I didn't.]We both were in agreement. Just fun," shook hands on it, "this is just fun." Three months later, I was like, "This isn't fun anymore." We were always open.