Fans were left wondering if Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis went into 2015 as Mr and Mrs after seeing Ashton’s New Year greeting. The actor signed off a message scrawled into the sand from "the Kutchers", and Facebook was rife with speculation that rumours of a secret wedding were true.
Perhaps an under the radar ceremony wouldn’t be out of the question, if Mila’s approach to tying the knot is anything to go by.
'Now my theory on weddings is: Don't invite anyone. Do it privately and secretly,' the actress told W Magazine during an interview published in August. “My parents are okay with that. They're just excited that I said yes.”
Her parents, Mark and Elvira Kunis had resigned themselves to the fact their daughter would never walk down the aisle. But after getting together with Ashton she changed her mind.
"I never wanted to get married. From the age of 12, I prepared my parents for no marriage," Mila told the publication. "Then things changed - I found the love of my life."
Indeed Mila was spotted wearing what could be a wedding band in December, as the pair enjoyed a sporting date at the basketball. The thin ring nestled perfectly next to the diamond engagement ring 36-year-old Ashton gave her.
Certainly the pair behaved like newlyweds. They were very affectionate, kissing and cuddling up during their evening out together, and happily puckered up for the KissCam to the delight of the crowd.
What’s clear is that the pair are giddily happy together after welcoming their baby girl Wyatt Isabelle.
"The most amazing thing about having a baby is my partner, Mila. She's the greatest mum," new dad Ashton told Ellen DeGeneres.
"I go to work every day and I come home and she's like perfect. And it just seems like everything went amazing and I know that something probably didn't go amazing, but she never complains."
Ashton also said the couple wanted to be hands-on parents, and decided not to hire a nanny.
"We just want to know our kid," the Two And A Half Men star continued. "We want to be the people that know what to do when the baby's crying to make the baby not cry anymore. I think the only way to do that is be being the one who's there."