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Tuesday 31 May 2016

‘Amazing dad’ Ashton Kutcher

Published 14/12/2013

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis

Mila Kunis is reportedly eager for Ashton Kutcher to become a dad.

The 30-year-old actress and her handsome boyfriend have been dating since early last year, shortly after Ashton split up from his ex-wife Demi Moore.

Now his divorce has been finalised and Ashton is able to tie the knot again he and Mila are believed to be keen to move things forward sooner than later.

"Ashton and Mila have been talking about starting a family for a while now and, now his divorce has gone through, they don't see any point in waiting," a source told British magazine Closer. "Mila thinks Ashton will make an amazing dad, as he's such good fun."

The couple first met when they both starred in TV programme That '70s Show.

Ashton is so besotted with his girlfriend he is thought to be planning an engagement.

"Ashton wants to propose in the New Year. He completely adores her," a source said.

Mila had already met her boyfriend's parents by September 2012. After showing off their affection for relatives to see Ashton was happy to make the brunette beauty a part of the Kutcher clan.

“It was important for the family to see them like this, as there was some initial scepticism from everyone, believing it was a rebound romance. But Ashton was very vocal about things at Christmas and declared to the family, ‘I'm in love with Mila'," a source previously revealed.

“She’s now firmly part of the family and marriage and a baby are definitely in the works!”

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