It's been 16 years since they first met on the set of That '70s Show, and since then, the friends-turned-lovers have sparked a romance, with Ashton popping the question earlier this year.
In honor of their new roles as mom and dad, take a look at Ashton and Mila's sweet relationship timeline.
I was like, "F--k, he's good looking," she told Stern.
lasted until 2006 in the meantime), Kutcher had the bright idea to set Kunis up with a non-famous yet apparently very successful friend of his.
2006: As "That '70s Show" came to an end, Kutcher and Kunis had apparently forged an enduring friendship.
When they were first spotted spending a lot of time together in 2012, Kunis' rep brushed off the romance reports by saying that "they have been friends for years."2011: Kutcher and Kunis moved on personally and professionally after "That '70s Show." Kutcher had been trying his hand in films with romantic comedies such as "What Happens In Vegas" (2008), "Valentine's Day" (2010) and "No Strings Attached" (2011).
They had changed a lot because, as Kunis said in an earlier interview, there was a point when she hated Kutcher.
At that time, Ashton's marriage to Demi Moore had just ended and Mila wasn't looking to get into a serious relationship, so the two decided to keep things casual, even making a handshake agreement that they would never get married to one another. Mila told Howard that oddly enough, both she and Ashton starred in movies about couples who tried and failed at maintaining relationships based purely on sex - Mila in "Friends With Benefits" and Ashton in "No Strings Attached.""If we just paid attention to these movies, we should know that shit like this does not work out in real life," Mila said. They have a daughter, Wyatt, and are expecting another baby soon."I think we both had to go through a lot in our lives to become the people that we were because we would never be together based on the people that we used to be, ever," Mila told Howard.
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, who are celebrating their second wedding anniversary this week, have been candid about how their romance finally got off the ground: they were FWBs!
Kutcher's stocked a "secondary fridge" with foods she might crave, and is also learning Russian to speak to their baby. Another thing: Ever since (our) first conversation about spirituality, I would e-mail her a daily encouragement that had a Bible verse and words of inspiration. A bonus tip is to go outside and get a little piece of nature: a shell, a leaf ... Adhere that piece of nature to the center of the heart, and then get stretched out, because you're going on a ride to the realm of coitus."Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, parents of six: "Once every week or two weeks we'll ask somebody to spend the night, so we can go and be alone together.
Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan-Tatum's honesty trick: "Jenna's and my thing is checking in with each other all the time, like 'On a scale from 1 to 10, how much do you love me right now? I called them 'Daily E's.' After six months, she lost her Black Berry, and she was so upset that she had lost them. We just go to another part of the house and lock the door."1998: Kutcher, then 20, landed a role in "That '70s Show," the Fox comedy about a high school kid growing up in Wisconsin during the late 1970s.