Celebaby: Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher Are Expecting
Is this THE celebaby news of the year or what? Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are expecting a baby together! People magazine reports:
"'They are both very, very happy. It’s still early,” a friend of the couple says."
"Responding to rumors last week that the couple was expecting twins, the source says, “No, not twins.”"
Mila Kunis has also tweeted:
"i wish i could have announced it on here first, but things have been pretty hectic. I am going to be a momma & couldn't be happier about it!"
and she later followed that up with:
"i wish i could reply to all your wonderful messages/tweets! i see them all and am so grateful. this support is incredible-such happy times."
The Daily Mail reports:
"Meanwhile, E! has confirmed through a source close to the couple that they are expecting their first child, though the twins rumours are said to be false."
"The actress has also been spotted at a pre-natal yoga class in Los Angeles."
"Now that their engagement has been confirmed, the bride-to-be has been flashing great glimpses of the stunning classic round-cut ring - estimated to be around 5-carats and worth upwards of $260,000."
Kutcher and Kunis hooked up in 2012 and very recently got engaged.
The couple were also caught on the infamous Kiss Cam during a basketball game in LA this week, and they seemed perfectly happy t0 lock lips to the delight of onlookers.
The proud new parents-to-be met as far back as 1998 - which is practically a lifetime ago in celeb land - on the set of US TV programme That 70s Show.
Prior to their relationship, Kunis dated Macaulay Culkin for 8 years. Kutcher wed and married Demi Moore, nearly 16 years his senior, in a private Kabbalah ceremony in 2005 but Moore ended her marriage to Kutcher in 2011, releasing a statement which read:
"As a woman, a mother and a wife there are certain values and vows that I hold sacred, and it is in this spirit that I have chosen to move forward with my life."
Kutcher and Kunis became a couple soon afterwards.
And the rest, as they say, is history...