Mila Kunis And Ashton Kutcher Are Having A Baby
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher may not have officially tied the knot yet, but their little family is about to grow by one. The actress is reportedly pregnant, and while most of the details haven’t gone public yet, they’re reportedly very excited about the life development.
Neither Kunis nor Kutcher has spoken publically about the parental excitement, but insiders close to the couple aren’t exactly being coy. They’ve talked to both US Weekly and People to confirm the news and let the world know the actors are amped up about creating life.
The natural impulse for many in the position of these two might be to speed everything up, at least as it relates to the wedding, but that’s apparently not their focus at all. There reportedly hasn’t been a whole lot of specific decisions made; so, we may very well see these two walk down the aisle eighteen months or so from now once they’ve already had the baby and sufficiently recovered.
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis met on the set of That 70s Show all the way back in 1998. The two reportedly got very close very quickly but because of her age (14) and a variety of other factors. She later settled into a long-term relationship with Home Alone star Macaulay Culkin, and he settled into a marriage with Charlie’s Angels star Demi Moore.
Sometimes what people really need is to go off on their end for quite awhile to have new experiences, try out different things and eventually realize what they want out of life. It would have been wrong in all sorts of ways back in 1998 if Kutcher, then 20, had started dating the freshman aged Kunis, but sixteen years later, it actually feels very right.
Pop Blend’s sincerest congratulations go out to the happy couple. Here’s to hoping the baby brings the two closer together, and they bless the little guy or girl that’s the right level of celebrity weird.
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