After months of speculation about their marital status, Mila Kunis had reportedly finally revealed that she is married to Ashton Kutcher. The confession was apparently given to James Corden during his debut on The Late, Late Show after he asked her to show the audience her wedding ring - but sources have now confirmed that the pair are not married.
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The source revealed to American magazine Us Weekly that Mila and James "were just joking around", and the source admitted that Mila "is not married."
On Monday, reports suggested that British comedian James has asked Mila if she and Ashton had tied the knot, to which she coyly replied, "Maybe". James then persisted to say: "Either you're married or you're not," only for the 31-year-old to reply with another non-committal "Maybe".
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Mila Kunis has confirmed that she is married to Ashton Kutcher
After Mila continued to avoid the question, James tried another tactic and asked her to show her wedding ring finger to the audience, which indeed had a ring on it.
"They are married, look," James declared after the big reveal - although Mila never confirmed that the ring was a wedding band.
Mila and Ashton first sparked rumours that they were already married in December, when Mila was spotted wearing what appeared to be a wedding ring when the pair headed out for a basketball date.
Mila Kunis previously said that she wanted her wedding to be private
Two and a Half Men actor Ashton then further fuelled the rumours when he posted a Happy New Year message to fans that was signed from The Kutchers.
If the two had married, their secrecy would not have been a surprise to their fans; Mila previously told W magazine that she wanted to keep her wedding private. "I never wanted to get married. From the age of 12, I prepared my parents for no marriage," the actress said. "Then things changed – I found the love of my life.
"Now my theory on weddings is: Don't invite anyone. Do it privately and secretly. My parents are ok with that. They're just excited that I said yes."
During the interview, James's first as the host of The Late Late Show, Mila, a mother-of-one, also revealed that she was already "thinking about baby number two," after the birth of daughter Wyatt Isabelle in September.