Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher have found the perfect way to shut down reports they are splitting up. The couple, who tied the knot in 2015, filmed a hilarious video that showed them poking fun at the rumours printed by one tabloid magazine. Mila held up a photo of the magazine cover, while Ashton asked his wife: "Babe, what's happening? What's going on?"
"It's over between us!" the Black Swan actress dramatically replied. "It's over between us? Oh my god, what are we going to do?" Ashton asked. "Yeah... I felt suffocated!" Mila continued. "You felt suffocated by me? I was just so overbearing, wasn't I!" Ashton quipped.
Mila and Ashton poked fun at the rumours
Pausing, Mila added: "Also... I took the kids." "Oh, you took the kids? I don't get the kids anymore?" Ashton exclaimed. "But... you had a very dark secret exposed!" his wife continued. "Oh my gosh, what was the dark secret?" Ashton asked, to which Mila shook her head and said: "I don't know! I only have this photo…" The magazine cover claimed Ashton, 41, and Mila, 35, were going through a "$400 million divorce shocker". One of the dramatic coverlines read: "The lie that destroyed everything."
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The couple are the doting parents to four-year-old daughter Wyatt Isabelle and son Dimitri Portwood, two. Speaking previously to Marie Claire, Mila has said of being a mum: "What motherhood shows you is how selfless you can get. I'm ragged tired. Who cares? My kids are healthy, I'm happy."
The couple have two children together
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Ashton, meanwhile, has spoken about how different raising a girl and a boy can be. "It's weird because girls advance apparently faster than boys," the actor said in 2017 on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. "My daughter is like two and a half, she speaks three languages, she's got like Russian and Spanish and English. She actually understands and speaks them." He quipped: "The boy is just like 'thuck.' Just like a chunky, 'BAHHHH.' He sounds like a pterodactyl, and he's not coming around."
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