Ashton Kutcher–Mila Kunis Pregnant With Twins: What Ashton Gave Her As a 'Pregnancy Gift?' [PHOTO]
By Vanessa Francisco | March 21, 2014 7:45 PM EST
After getting engaged, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are once again making the rounds in recent reports. With Kutcher eager to become a father and Kunis wanting to make her fiance's dream come true, rumours have it that the couple are already pregnant and expecting twins.
"Mila and Ashton feel like they just won the baby lottery," a friend of both Kutcher and Kunis told OK magazine. "It was a complete shock for the two of them but they are up for the challenge. It did not seem like it was possible for them to fall any deeper in love but the prospect of raising an insta-family together has further solidified their commitment to one another." The babies are said to be the reason the two confirmed their highly anticipated wedding. According to the magazine, it seems that Ashton and Demi Moore's messy divorce is officially behind the "That 70's Show" lovebirds and fans could only wonder how Demi will react to the news.
Kunis also got a new gift from Kutcher as well. Aside from the big diamond engagement ring that her boyfriend recently gave her, she also just received a new Fiat 500 that costs $30,000. According to Pop Stop TV, the Black Swan actress was seen behind the wheel as boyfriend Kutcher rode shotgun. Could this be Ashton's pregnancy gift for Mila? See picture here
However, Hollywood Life reports that Mila has no time to get pregnant at the moment. "Mila is in the best part of her career and wants to work a bit longer on those dreams and goals and then move onto family." Mila has only been named as the brand ambassador for Jim Beam in February 2014 and has starred in the liquor brand commercial. It appears that their decision to hold off baby plans comes with her obligations that would not work well for a pregnant lady. "Mila has been named the face of Jim Beam and she will be meant to attend events and of course drink which is obviously a no-no in the pregnancy department," the source said.
To contact the editor, e-mail: