Mila Kunis And Ashton Kutcher Appeared On The Red Carpet Together For The First Time Since 2000
These two lovebirds are so adorable!
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are one of my favorite celebrity couples. They met back in 1998 when working on “That 70s Show,” but didn’t start dating until 2012.
They married in 2015 and are parents to a daughter and a son, Wyatt and Dimitri. But did you know they haven’t actually appeared on the red carpet together since 2000? That’s right. It took 17 years to get these two lovebirds together at a fancy event.
But how cute do they look? The two were attending the Sixth Annual Breakthrough Prize Awards at the NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View, CA on Sunday, Dec. 3.
The Breakthrough Prize Awards are known as the “Oscars of Science” and give out prizes to innovators in physics, life sciences, and mathematics. Kutcher is well-known for his interest in science and technology—hey, he even played Steve Jobs in the movie “Jobs”!—so it makes sense that the two would show their support at this particular awards event.
According to Us Weekly, Kunis wore a Dolce and Gabbana dress, while Kutcher donned a tuxedo.
While the above may be the first photo of them all dolled up in a while, there are plenty of adorable couple-y photos of the the two actors at other types of events.
Here they are at the 2016 NBA Finals. Awww!
In this one, they’re enjoying a country music festival back in 2014.
In this adorable shot, the two are cheering on the Dodgers in the 2016 playoffs. They’re very loyal to their local sports teams, apparently.
And for good measure, here’s a photo of the two with a few of their “That 70s Show” costars at a fundraiser back in 2003. Kutcher and Kunis are in the middle. So young—and not a couple yet. But I feel like I can see a vibe between the two. Maybe just wishful thinking?
As you can tell, Kunis and Kutcher are a pretty laid-back couple overall. But they sure do clean up nice when they want to, right? Here’s hoping they’ll do a few more red-carpet events so we can bask in their lovey-dovey glow.