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Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis enjoying London life

15 MARCH 2013

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are settling into their temporary London life and enjoying the best the city has to offer. The couple have been seen out and about in the capital, where Mila has been promoting her latest film Oz: The Great and Powerfull. 

On Thursday night Mila, 29, and Ashton, 35, stopped off for a romantic dinner date at Scott's Restaurant in Mayfair, one of London's top culinary venues.

 

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher

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Earlier in the day stylish Mila, who is currently one of Hollywood's hottest actresses, was spotted at Gemfields jewellry event. Mila was made an ambassador for the London-based ethical gemstone company at the end of February.

Ever the gentleman Two and a Half Men star Ashton held the car door open for his leading lady as they headed away from the venue.

Recent reports have suggested that Mila and Ashton, who first met aged in 1998 when they both starred in The 70s Show, will be in London for a number of months while Mila films for her latest acting venture, Jupiter Ascending.

 

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis



A source close to the couple said: "Mila is over for at least six months filming near London and Ashton has decided to head here too. They spend most of their time glued to each other's side."

Black Swan actress Mila's time in London got off to a good start when she had her 'best interview ever'. The screen star's awkward interview with Radio 1 DJ Chris Stark became an internet sensation as Chris strayed from covering conventional internet topics, much to Mila's delight.

Rather than being thrown by Chris' anecdotes about his friends, football and steak and ale pie, the actress took the situation in her stride, eager to answer questions that were not part of the tiresome repertoire of stock questions about her latest blockbuster.

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