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Ashton and Mila’s ‘outdoorsy honeymoon’

Published 09/07/2015

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis were “so cute” with their daughter while on honeymoon, it has been claimed.

The former That ‘70s Show co-stars were alleged to have tied the knot in a relaxed camping style ceremony over the American Independence Day weekend. In keeping with their outdoorsy nuptials, the 31-year-old and her new husband took nine-month-old daughter Wyatt to Yosemite National Park in California to celebrate their union.

“Mila was such a good mom and Ashton was so cute with the baby," eyewitness Ellie Byrd told People magazine. "They were playing with the baby and it looked like a movie scene. It was so cute. [Ashton] was talking about how your kids have so much power to get you to do things you would never do."

The newlyweds were dressed very low key according to Ellie and appeared relaxed after what was rumoured to be a full weekend of celebrations.

The outlet previously reported that friends and family were treated to a poolside lunch at their Beverly Hill home on July 2 before moving to a more secluded spot. The couple dubbed it "Camp KuKu" and it was at Secret Garden at Parrish Ranch in Oak Glen, California, which is an hour and a half east of Los Angeles.

“They seemed very relaxed," a source told the publication about their demeanor in the days leading up to the wedding."You would have never guessed they were actually preparing for [a big celebration]."

Once settled at the ranch, the guests enjoyed camping, kid-friendly activities and a family-style candlelit dinner of comfort foods.

“It was a wonderful day," added the insider. "Just one great party."

A representative for the couple is still to confirm the marriage.

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