He is a familiar face when it comes to showbiz, from That 70’s Show to Three And A Half Men, the star is well known and popular. As much as we would like to talk about him, today it’s not only about the star but also about Ashton Kutcher’s wife and kids.
Ashton Kutcher’s Wife
Well, that’s interesting, since the star is married, not once, but twice. So today we want to look at the two women with whom he took the sacred vow of holy marriage.
Ashton Kutcher’s Wife; Demi Moore
She was born on 11 November 1962 as Demi Gene Guynes, but today she bears her stage name Demi Moore. The actress, former songwriter, and model is a pretty interesting subject and she is even more interesting when it comes to a splash of Kutcher.
Her career began in 2000 when Demi Moore separated from another popular actor and her 11-year-old husband, Bruce Willis. Two years later she met Ashton for a casual dinner in New York City and they got along immediately. They understood each other so well that they talked for hours into the night.
Even Demis’ daughter with Willis, Rumor Willis, admitted that at some point the whole thing was very strange to her, she even admitted to having a poster of Ashton at some point, so that as a stepfather figure he was an acquired taste.
It was definitely a stormy romance because it only took them two years to tie the knot at a very private ceremony. They may have been extremely private about their wedding, but they were pretty open about their relationship to social media and for a moment it seemed like all fun and games.
In 2010 there was a problem and her name was Brittney Jones, there were rumors that Ashton was involved in an affair with her and other women, everything seemed to be good at some point, but the next year the fabric of her relationship began to deteriorate. After another round of fraud rumors, Demi filed for divorce and that ended her 6-year relationship.
Ashton Kutcher’s wife; Mila Kunis
Well, we all know her because she also has a successful career in showbiz. Remember that Ashton and Mila had already met on the set of the That 70’s show, he was even her first kiss. Kunis claimed that she hated him for a while, but everything kept them in touch.
Ashton had just come out of a marriage and she was just out of a very long relationship, so they decided to have their own version of friends with advantages, little did she know she would soon become Ashton Kutcher’s wife. Referring to that, Kunis said, “If we were just going to take care of these movies, we should know that shit like that doesn’t work in real life.
Mostly because a year after they decided to keep it loose, they decided they wanted something serious, something as serious as marriage. Well, nowadays the stars seem to have a great time living together, with two babies on the ground, it’s a beautiful family.
Ashton Kutcher’s Kids
Her first daughter is Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher and apparently, she’s thrilled to have a little brother, but before we get into it, let’s get some background information about the two-year-old sweet. She was born on 1 October 2014 at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in L.A.
Her infatuated father shared 6 different baby photos on his side that day and asked everyone to guess which one was his. This was obviously the beginning of her need to keep little Wyatt out of sight. When she was born, the two gave up most of their job opportunities so they could sit back, spend time with her and experience parenthood to the full.
They didn’t even get a nanny, they just did it on their own. As mentioned earlier, the stars are anxious to keep Wyatt out of the limelight, there’s no doubt about that, as they recently sued the Daily Mail for publishing pictures of their baby showing her face. Although her face is now visible to the world, they probably wanted to keep her hidden for a while.
Their new baby, Dimitri Portwood Kutcher, was born Wednesday 30 November at 1:21 a.m. and weighed 8 pounds, 15 oz. Just like his sister, the Kutcher’s don’t yet put little Tyke in the spotlight. Ashton said to A Plus: ‘We want to give our children the opportunity to make their own decisions, whether they want to lead a life in public or not. We don’t want to make the choice for them.