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Cryer unemotional at Kutcher, Kunis wedding

Published 15/07/2015

Jon Cryer
Jon Cryer

Jon Cryer is astounded by how well-behaved Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis’ nine-month-old daughter Wyatt is.

The couple tied the knot in front of family and friends over the July 4th weekend.

And Ashton’s Two and a Half Men co-star Jon managed to hold back tears while watching them exchange vows.

“They didn’t decide to make it into a big production, it was just beautiful and sincere," he told Extra of the straight-to-the-point service. “[The wedding was] a great day for everybody and really lovely.”

Jon noted in another interview with Us Weekly magazine the affair was so light in tone, he didn’t feel compelled to turn on the waterworks.

“It was a lovely and intimate evening and there was no need for me to get emotional,” he explained to the outlet.

The nuptials took place in Oak Glen, California, a place near the base of the San Bernardino Mountains, where several apple orchards are located.

Ashton and Mila’s nine-month-old daughter Wyatt also attended the service.

Jon absolutely loves the little girl and he is impressed by her budding personality.

"Wyatt was just incredibly well behaved, incredibly. Give that girl a show, cause she’s just gorgeous… and just charming everybody, and she’s just [nine] months old," Jon gushed to Extra.

In keeping with their outdoorsy nuptials, it’s claimed Ashton and Mila took Wyatt with them to Yosemite National Park in California to celebrate their union.

The camping-style honeymoon was apparently a huge joy for the whole family.

“Mila was such a good mum 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."

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