During the filming of the comedy series “That ’70s Show,” Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis met. From 1998 until 2006, the co-stars played the characters, Michael Kelso and Jackie Burkhart.
Even though they were not emotionally attached at the time due to the fact that Kunis was just 14 years old in real life and Kutcher was 19, Kunis later revealed that she had a thing for him. Although the twosome first became together in 2012, they were not engaged until February of the following year.
The couple tied the knot in a secret ceremony in July 2015 and celebrated with a garden reception during the Fourth of July weekend to commemorate their marriage union. They kept the specifics of their wedding plans under wraps, just as they did with their engagement.
According to a source who spoke to People at the time, the couple had previously been legally married and that their wedding reception functioned as a low-key celebration with close friends and family:
Kunis, 38, and Kutcher, 43, exchanged vows in the Secret Garden at Parris Ranch in Oak Glen, California, in the presence of their families and close friends.
It’s a quiet location with acres of apple orchards, botanical gardens, and ponds to explore. On its website, it said that the guarded facility had become accessible for VIP weddings and private gatherings at the time of the incident.
Apparently, the bride “wore a white dress with her hair all up,” according to a source. A white wedding dress was also worn by the couple’s daughter, who apparently chose the color scheme.
According to a business source close to the “Two and a Half Men” alum, the couple had been talking about getting married for quite some time before they finally said their “I dos.” One of Kutcher’s friends said that the couple is “very happy together.”
After starting a family together, the A-listers had their first child together, daughter Wyatt Isabelle, in October 2014. The first-time father revealed the name of the infant on his website.
Mia and I would like to extend our heartfelt congratulations to Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher on his birth in the world. “May your life be full of amazement, love, laughter, health, happiness, curiosity, and privacy,” I wish you a happy and healthy life.
The model then shared photographs of numerous other infants and asked if anybody could identify which one was theirs, with the caveat “does it really matter? “Babies are adorable in every way.”
The new mother, on the other hand, had previously revealed to Ellen DeGeneres that she intended to give birth without the use of an epidural: In addition, Mila revealed that the hospital where she would be giving birth had a midwife on staff, which she described as a “doula sort of thing.”
“I’m going to do it all as natural as I possibly can unless there’s an emergency or something that should go wrong. I did this to myself; I might as well do it right. I wanted this!”
They had their second kid, a boy, in November 2016, shortly after the birth of their first child. During an appearance on A Plus, Kutcher and Kunis revealed the name of their son (a digital media platform that counts Kutcher as an investor).
According to the couple’s announcement, the baby’s name is Dimitri Portwood Kutcher and he was born weighing 8 pounds and 15 ounces. For the second time, they chose not to post images of the new addition to their family in order to maintain their privacy:
“We’d like to allow our kids to make their own choices on whether to have a life in the public eye or not.”
Even though they live a luxurious life, the “Friends with Benefits” actor and Kutcher emphasized in their children the necessity of being humble from a young age, particularly when it comes to money, despite their fortunate upbringing.
The worried father said that he would be taking kids on camping excursions on a regular basis because he wants them to learn to be resourceful and to show them how to be resourceful as he becomes older.
In October 2017, his wife expressed her dissatisfaction with the idea of giving their children Christmas gifts. Despite the fact that she grew up in Soviet Russia and comes from a Jewish family, the mother of two wholeheartedly embraces American Christmas customs such as decorating the tree.
Kunis, on the other hand, said that their habit is to give no gifts to the children. Her prior experiences with her now 7-year-old daughter Wyatt were the inspiration for the new regulation.
For children younger than one, Kunis claims that it makes no difference and that when they celebrated Christmas when her baby daughter was two, it became too much for her to handle.
She added that her children no longer enjoy receiving a single gift and that she and her husband prefer to donate gifts to charitable organizations, which has become their new tradition.
The overprotective parents have even gone so far as to prepare to inform their children that they are destitute in order to humble them. This is due to the fact that the pair comes from a low-income family as well.
According to Kunis, who spoke on Australia’s “Kyle and Jackie O Show,” she and Kutcher come from impoverished homes, which she says had a huge impact on how she values and respects money.
The former child actress said that she and her adored hubby are self-made and understand the value of a dollar, adding that they worked hard since nothing was given to them on a silver platter. On the radio broadcast, she made light of the situation and joked about it:
“It’s a matter of teaching them from a very early age that, you know, mommy and daddy may have a dollar, but you’re poor. You are very poor. You have nothing. Mommy and daddy have a bank account.”
He declared that he and his wife will not be leaving some money to their children on an episode of Dax Shepard’s “Armchair Expert” talk show: “We are not leaving any money to our kids.”
“We’re not setting up a trust fund for them. We’ll end up giving our money away to charity.”
However, the entrepreneur said that if his children choose to establish a firm in the future and have a solid business plan, he would be pleased to make an investment in their endeavor. “The father of two believes that children may be resourceful as long as they are taught what to do when they are not given what they need.
In addition to training their children to be self-sufficient, Kunis and Kutcher have a distinctive approach to raising their son and daughter.
They previously made news when they admitted that they did not wash Wyatt and her younger brother Dimitri, 5, on a consistent basis. During an interview on the “Armchair Expert” podcast, Kunis admitted that she had done so, saying: “I wasn’t the kind of mom who washed her children when they were babies. Ever.”
They only wash their children if there is apparent filth on them, according to her husband, who added his own insight. “Here’s the thing: here’s the deal. If you can see dirt on them, it’s time to clean them. Otherwise, there isn’t much of a purpose “He went on to say more.
Kunis previously raved over her children’s father, whom she described as “smart” and a “very hands-on” dad, revealing that he helped change every diaper: “He’s great,” she said.
“My husband is an incredibly hands-on dad. When my child was born, I was breast-feeding, and he said, ‘That’s your connection, I want to change every diaper.'”
The couple is also careful parents who are always on the lookout for any signs that their popularity is interfering with their family’s privacy. Kunis said that the invasion of privacy reached a point where she was unable to leave the home and that, despite the fact that she enjoys her work, she no longer had any privacy.
However, the actress clarified that she was not complaining about the situation, but she did not enjoy the concept of her kid being unable to accompany her to the park. And that, if she chooses to do so, she will be forced to accompany the paparazzi on their journey.