The surprise couple of the last few years are Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis. They been started dating in 2012, but they actually know each other since 1998 when they were co-stars in the TV-show “That ’70s Show”.

Mila’s first kiss and Ashton’s first marriage.

What’s funny about this fact is that they were playing the role of a couple even back then and Mila revealed that her first kiss ever was with Ashton in the show. This year they announced their engagement and now welcomed their daughter that was just born.

Seems like That ’70s Show anticipated a lot about this lovely couple:

Although they seem like the perfect couple now, they both tried to have relationships with different people. While they worked together in That 70’s Show Ashton was in a relationship with actress January Jones, then with actress and model Ashley Scott and later on with the late Brittany Murphy.

In 2002 Mila started dating Home Alone actor Macaulay Culkin whom she was with for 8 years. In the meanwhile Ashton was dating Demi Moore, who was about 16 years his senior, a relationship which later turned into marriage. In 2011, Demi Moore ended their 6 year marriage.

Evolving friendship between the two and Mila as a guest-star in the Tow and a Half Men show

All this time Ashton and Mila were still friends and since Ashton’s divorce they were starting seeing each other again, telling the media that “a friend is a friend” and what sounded preposterous in 2011, came to be true in 2012 when it was visible that the two became much more attached to each other.

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis in That 70s Show and in Two and a Half Men

A chance to see Mila and Ashton will be in the show Two and a Half Men, where Mila is a guest star, playing a woman named Vivian, who showed up on Walden’s doorstep, giving a not-so-subtle information regarding their real life. When Vivian says “I bet you only date hot actresses.” Walden replies, “God, no. I’d never date an actress. They’re all crazy.”

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