If you’re anything like me, you probably heard the news that Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis tied the knot this past weekend and thought, “Huh? I thought that happened already?” In fact, we pretty much thought they got married back in March, but that seems to not be the case. Or maybe it was the case, and they just got re-married this weekend. Either way, I think congrats are in order!
The stars tied the knot this weekend, a source tells PEOPLE. Reps have not yet responded to requests for comment.
According to another source, the wedding took place at The Secret Garden at Parrish Ranch in Oak Glen, California, a secluded spot surrounded by apple orchards, ponds and mountain views.
Well, that all seems very exciting. No other details, but be realistic – do we really need them?
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcherare parents to an adorable baby girl named Wyatt already, but it looks like they might have experienced another major life change in recent months, as well: they’re apparently married. While neither of them has come out and said the words “WE EXCHANGED VOWS” as such, Mila was asked whether she’d already tied the knot with Ashton during an interview with James Corden on The Late Late Show on Monday night, and she didn’t exactly deny it.
So yeah, they’re married, right? Good for them. Ashton has always been a bit of a dolt, but I feel like he’s been marginally less obnoxious since he got with Mila. Maybe that’s just in my brain, though, since we haven’t really seen all that much of him since they got together. And maybe that’s the point. Mazel Tov, anyway.
On a side note, what do you guys think of James Corden on the show? I’ve seen people bugging out about how they couldn’t understand his accent and I thought a) How on earth did you understand Craig Ferguson when he was on the air? and b) Seriously? God help you if you ever go to Manchester, Essex, North Yorkshire or basically anywhere other than Mayfair in London.
Mila Kunis gave birth to her first child with Ashton Kutcher back in October, but so far, the details about the little one have been pretty minimal. It’s a little girl, and her name is Wyatt Isabelle. And now we have pictures! Pictures, I say!
Some Twitter user with the handle @cyruskstew posted the above photos, though it’s unclear how they got a hold of them in the first place, and it’s worth mentioning that Twitter has since removed them, probably because, you know, they weren’t made to be a professional photoshoot.
She is adorable, for sure, though – It’s hard to tell which of her parents she looks more like just yet, but she is cute, don’t you think?
Mila Kunis is a lot of things. She’s a woman, an actress, a wife, a friend, a daughter, and any number of things we don’t know because she’s a celebrity and we aren’t in her life. However, according to one source, she was “born to be a mother”. Sweet sentiment, I suppose, since she just gave birth to daughter Wyatt last week, but uh… really?
“Mila was born to be a mom,” the source says. “She is a kid herself and will be the best mom ever. She will never be a glamour-puss. Their lives will change, but not nearly as drastically as other couples, because they were so ready to be parents and knew what responsibilities they had in store.”
“Ashton has wanted to be a parent for so long. He is ready to do anything necessary to take care of the baby. He is ecstatic,” the source adds.
I’m glad that she’s loving motherhood and that the baby will be loved and well cared for, but no one is “born to be” a parent – you want or don’t want kids (or have or don’t have kids) on a variety of factors. Was Ashton born to be a father? I know it’s a small nitpicky thing, but men are never talked about in that way.
In any case, it’s nice of “Source” to give us an update that’s not an update at all about their lives. So much for them having any privacy and the ability to enjoy their new daughter in peace!
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher welcomed their first child together this week, a little girl who we now know is named… Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher. I didn’t think I’d like the name, and probably for a boy I wouldn’t, but I like traditionally male names for females and I think this is kind of cute.
Ashton announced the name and the arrival of his daughter on his website, A+, along with lots of photos a bunch of babies, one of which is apparently theirs. I think it’s this one:
Aww… cute, right? Already looks like Mila in the eyes, I think! Here are the others for you to decide:
In any case, here’s what Ashton had to say:
Mila and I would like to welcome Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher to the world. May your life be filled with wonder, love, laughter, health, happiness, curiosity, and privacy.
Can you guess which one is ours, or does it really matter? All babies are cute.
Sources close to Mila’s womb tell us … Mila delivered Tuesday night at Cedars-Sinai — the hospital of choice for many celebrities.
We’re told they arrived at the hospital Tuesday around 6 A.M. … and were taken right to a delivery room.
They came by themselves — no entourage, no family.
Sources tell us Mila delivered right on schedule … and delivered right around the Jewish New Year.
Well that’s that! I bet she’s pretty stoked to not be pregnant anymore (as I imagine all women are when they finally give birth) and I’m sure the baby is adorable because most babies are, even if they do look like little wrinkled old people (isn’t that WHY they’re cute?). I’m sure more details will be coming out about this in the coming days, but for now, that’s all ya get.
Why am I not surprised that Ashton Kutcher‘s website, A+, has been accused of plagiarising ENTIRE pieces of content from other sites like The Huffington Post and Buzzfeed? A+ was created as a positive space for viral content, but it seems they’re just yanking everyone else’s and claiming it as their own. Oops?
Internet news site The Daily Dot has been investigating A+ and found that it has lifted entire stories, listicles and videos with very minor changes in the content and without properly crediting the source. It has recorded and screen-grabbed a large amount of content from the site.
A+ has since removed the questionable content after The Daily Dot asked for comment,” according to The Guardian. It also reported that A+ has removed all content posted before July from the site, all tweets before Aug. 6 and all Facebook posts before Aug. 8.
A spokesperson for A+ told the newspaper:“We take these allegations seriously and are looking into them. The content that was removed was taken down as a precautionary measure.
“Respecting the intellectual property of others is extremely important to us.”
I mean, it’s not like I can really blame Ashton – chances are he’s not involved with the site at all, beyond being the big name used to get traffic there. However, I can only imagine the type of douchertons who run the site and their lax editorial standards.
When will people learn that you can’t get away with plagiarism on the internet? YOU WILL GET CAUGHT. You will get fired. You will not be hired again in this industry. What’s wrong with people?