Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are one of the cutest married couples in Hollywood, making them a relationship standard for everyone watching. There's few like their story, filled with separation and years apart, only to reconnect in a new way.
Now, fans love spotting them doing domestic things like grocery shopping or going to basketball games. They're so relatable, doing their best to stay down to earth in the chaos of Hollywood. Here's what we love about their romantic journey.
Met on That 70s Show
Infamously, Mila Kunis got cast as Jackie in "That 70s Show" when she was 14 years old, lying to the casting director about her birthday. Ashton Kutcher was 19 years old when he was cast as her boyfriend Kelso. Both say that there were no sparks between them, having a mostly brother-sister relationship.
Not to mention, Kutcher was scared it was illegal to kiss Kunis on the show because she was so young. Although Kunis recounts that he was her first kiss, it meant nothing to her.
Reconnected Years After
After "That 70s Show" ended the two went their separate ways. Kunis went on to date fellow child star Macaulay Culkin for many years while Kutcher dated around and eventually married Demi Moore.
After Kutcher's divorce and Kunis's breakup the two were single at the same time during an awards show. Kunis recounts feeling weirdly attracted to him after time apart. Funnily enough, Kutcher tried setting her up with a friend of his, but soon discovered that was not her wish.
Friends With Benefits
Kutcher and Kunis had both previously been in films where the plot focused on friends-with-benefits relationships, specifically "Friends With Benefits" and "No Strings Attached".
Although both of them knew the rules of the game, and that this route eventually would lead to love, they played it anyway. The two have been inseparable since. Kutcher was the first man Kunis ever slept over with the first night after hooking up. It's a sure-fire sign that these two had a strong connection.
Now, Kutcher and Kunis are married with two kids and plan to make sure they're not egomaniacs raised out of touch with the world. Kunis brags about how her kids only get two gifts on Christmas to make them appreciate what they have.
Moreover, both parents agreed that their kids will not receive an inheritance and have to earn their way through life. This makes sense considering Kunis is an immigrant from Ukraine, Kutcher appreciating and understanding her humble beginnings.