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Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis Spotted With Kids In Studio City

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Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis Join Hands With Their Children Wyatt, 7, and Dimitri, 5, as They Relish the Nice Weather – On January 8, Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis spent a casual day out with their children in Studio City.

Mila Kunis, 38, & Ashton Kutcher, 43, were sighted out with their 2 kids, Wyatt, 7, and Dimitri, 5. On Friday, Jan. 7, in Studio City, California, each parent held hands with one of their children — Ashton with Wyatt & Mila with Dimitri — as they walked down a tree-lined street.

Wyatt was holding a black bag adorned with rainbow-colored hearts, that looked like a party favor, so the two could have been planning to attend a birthday party. Mila changed up her usual hairstyle and wore two mini buns, channeling Princess Leia from Star Wars.

The rest of her outfit was kept simple, with a lower extremity pair of cut-off jean shorts and a black t-shirt that paired her ray bans and mask. She completed her look with white shoes and was seen holding a shark-themed backpack and a small poster board or bit of paper.

Ashton paired her look with a full-length pair of jeans and a grey shirt, which she accessorized with a navy blue hat and an orange face mask.

Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis With kids in Studio City

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He also chose shoes, this time in a forest green color. Both children, like their mom, were dressed in shorts and t-shirts to brave the chillier weather.

Ashton & Mila met in the 1990s while filming That ’70s Show, but they didn’t really start a romantic relationship until 2012, 6 years after the original ended.

The couple married in 2015 and had two children — but Mila has previously admitted that things aren’t always easy!

On Oct. 20, the Bad Moms actress hilariously confessed her biggest “parenting fail” to Ellen DeGeneres, and it definitely brought the chuckles.

“There’s a little child in my kids’ pre – k who wasn’t very nice to my daughter & tried to push her. “When my daughter returned, she said, ‘Such-and-such little kiddo pushed me,'” she remembered. “And I asked impulsively, ‘Did you push her back?'” & my daughter says, ‘No!’ ‘Push her back the next time,’ I said.

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