Reel and real couple Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are among some of the most favorite celebrity couples in Hollywood. Because of how good they look and complement each other, there are many who look up to their relationship and wish that they will prove that finding love in Hollywood is possible.
With the number of people who are admiring Kunis and Kutcher’s relationship together, it is no longer a surprise why many are hoping that they will tie the knot. And according to some photos taken at the Los Angeles Lakers game held last Friday, it could be possible that the pair may have already gotten married in secret.
The 31-year-old actress was photographed sporting a dubious platinum band beneath her engagement ring. The two rings were photographed specifically as they worn by the new mom on that finger. Compared with courtside photos from months ago, it is noticeably visible that the mystery ring was absent. This photo led many to speculate that the two may have already gotten married.
Back in February, news about the two co-stars of “That ‘70s Show” getting engaged emerged. Less than a month later, the reps of the couple announced that they were already expecting a baby within the year. True enough, the actress gave birth to a daughter on Oct. 1, 2014. The proud parents named their child as Wyatt Isabelle.
The actress was also photographed looking smitten at her 36-year-old beau while she was wearing a new necklace. The necklace had a gold W, which could most likely be for their daughter, Wyatt.
While many are really excited for the relationship of the couple to progress to the next stage, the couple have stayed mum on any future plans. They have not yet revealed any details on any future wedding plans or any secret weddings.
To be fair, Kutcher wasn’t wearing a matching band on his hand. So it could be possible that Kunis just likes to stack rings on her finger. What do you think? Let us know in the comments below.
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