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Wednesday 23 July 2014

Kunis and Kutcher enjoy 'flirtatious' meal

Ashton Kutcher

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis appeared besotted with one another over lunch Thursday.

The Two and a Half Men star officially filed divorce papers from his estranged wife Demi Moore last week. The 34-year-old actor and the 50-year-old actress separated after six years of marriage in November 2011 following reports that Ashton cheated on their sixth wedding anniversary.

Ashton and his new girlfriend Mila spent the holidays with his family in Iowa.

The couple visited Chicago during their vacation and enjoyed a romantic meal at Prasino restaurant. The eatery that is renowned for its farm fresh ingredients served the stars short rib skillet and Florentine crepes.

"They were both very courteous to the staff and flirtatious with each other," an onlooker told People magazine.

Ashton and Mila have been friends since they appeared on That '70s Show together and started dating earlier this year. Things are thought to be going well, with friends of the couple expecting an engagement announcement before too long.

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