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This Is How Ashton Kutcher Asked Mila Kunis to Move In with Him

It doesn't get more romantic (or spontaneous) than this.

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The first time Mila Kunis realized she felt something more than friendship for Ashton Kutcher, he was in the middle of telling her about another girl he was dating. The Spy Who Dumped Me star and her now-husband had been casually seeing each other (nothing serious!) when she realized their decade-long platonic relationship—they worked together on That 70's Show when they were kids—had turned into something more. But she was nervous that their relationship would be compromised if she spoke up, People reports.

 

On the podcast WTF with Marc Maron, Kunis opened up about this emotional transition. "I was like, you know what, I actually care about you. I don't want to mess anything up so I'm just going to walk away before it becomes too much," she said. But something must have clicked for Ashton, too. The next day, he showed up at her home and asked her to move in with him, just like that. They've been together ever since. 

 

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The couple's married life started off just as surprisingly, the actress told Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show. Following their 2015 nuptials, Mila and Ashton decided to forgo the classic luxury honeymoon and begin their lives as newlyweds in an RV instead. And they didn't do it alone. Their nine-month-old daughter, Wyatt, and Kutcher's parents came on their journey down the California coastline, which featured stops in Yosemite Valley National Park and Napa.

 

And then it all went wrong. A broken air conditioning system, faulty navigations down a road that wasn't actually a road, and a stay at an RV park located near two prisons made the trip sound more like a crazy movie plot than a relaxing first married trip. "Yes, guys. That is where our RV trip ended," Kunis admitted. "My husband looked at me and goes, 'I quit.' And I was like, 'Me too.'"