Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis' Son Sports 'That 70's Show' Shirt With Parents On It
Some couples have really romantic and enchanting stories of how they met. Some are so remarkable that it seems like only chance and fate could have brought the two together. Celebrities are no different, while their likelihood and proximity to one another is heightened, getting to the coupledom stage can sometimes take a little bit of time.
This was the case with Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis who met many years ago when they were both cast on That 70's Show .
Fast forward through those years, other spouses and long term relationships, the two reunited and made a concerted effort to be together. Now they're married with two small children.
Kutcher reminded the world of their kismet beginning when he posted a picture of their son sporting a shirt featuring the two of them from the show.
It's pretty exceptional to think that these two lovebirds met when Kunis was only 14 years old. Despite what some may think, they never dated while filming the show.
In fact, some reports say that they didn't even really get along. What a difference some maturity and perspective make as the two seem to be absolutely smitten and very much in love.
Kutcher was previously married to Demi Moore for a few years and Kunis was in a long term relationship with Macauley Culkin. It's unclear if the two of them have been in contact after all these years once That 70s Show came to an end.
Kutcher and Kunis were married in 2015 and had their daughter, Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher, shortly afterward. Their son, Dimitri Portwood Kutcher, was born at the end of 2016.
Both actors speak fondly of each other and their children. Kutcher told a hilarious story about wanting to name his song Hawkeye when they found out they were having a boy but that name didn't seem to sit well with Mila. "It didn't cross the Mila threshold," explained Kutcher while telling Conan O'Brien the story.
They settled on a much more suitable name and Dimitri does his parents proud in this throwback baby tee.