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Ashton Kutcher 'vacationing with Mila'

Published 01/08/2012

Ashton Kutcher
Ashton Kutcher

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are enjoying a romantic holiday in Bali.

The Hollywood stars are believed to be dating and have been photographed kissing recently. They are yet to confirm the romance and Ashton has decided to escape the attention surrounding their relationship by whisking Mila away for some quality time together.

They are staying at a five-star resort on the southern peninsula of Bali, reports New York Post.

The lavish suites boast private swimming pools and impressive wooden four-poster beds.

It has been reported that Ashton doesn't want to hurt his estranged wife Demi Moore by going public too early with his new romance. However, those close to the hunk insist he is smitten with 28-year-old Mila and is struggling to keep their flourishing relationship under wraps.

"Ashton was Mila's first kiss while on That '70s Show, so they've always had a special bond. They started dating in the spring, and things have recently become more serious," a source told the publication.

Demi has also been moving on with her life after splitting from 34-year-old Ashton last year.

She is reported to be dating actor Martin Henderson, who is 12 years younger than her.

The 49-year-old actress kept a low profile as she attended a Bourne Legacy party on Monday night. Demi was seen happily chatting to the movie's star Rachel Weisz at the bash at the Four Seasons hotel in New York City.

© Cover Media

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