Ashton Kutcher And Mila Kunis Head Down Under

Ashton Kutcher And Mila Kunis Head Down Under
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Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are enjoying a romantic break in Australia. The couple are said to have paid a trip to the Wild Life Sydney Zoo, where they made a visit to see the koalas.

According to Australia’s The Daily Telegraph newspaper, the couple arrived as ‘paying customers’ and didn’t ask for any special treatment.

A spokesman told the publication: ‘They never requested anything and just enjoyed a typical experience.

‘It was just the two of them and while they didn’t want any photos taken, they were very pleasant and friendly.’

The couple’s secret trip Down Under was made public by Australian-based Irish singer Brian McFadden.

The Australia’s Got Talent judge – a former member of boy band Westlife – tweeted on Thursday night, local time: ‘Having dinner with @aplusk and @mila_kuniss. As you do.’

Local model Ruby Rose confirmed that she was also having dinner with the hot Hollywood couple.

Kutcher took 29-year-old Mila to his hometown of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, in early September to introduce her to his family. Meanwhile, it has been reported that the Two And A Half Men star, 34, is no closer to starting divorce proceedings from Demi Moore.

Neither side have indicated to their lawyers that they want to file papers, according to TMZ. And apparently the pair have not even started to discuss the division of assets, the website reports, contrary to reports they are haggling over money.

The couple separated in November 2011 after six years of marriage.

Ashton Tyler | Elite.

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