Ashton Kutcher's Fiance Mila Kunis Flaunts Baby Bump, Glows after Louisiana Vacation
By Sonam Malik | April 21, 2014 4:47 PM EST
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher were spotted at the LAX Airport while coming back from their trip to Louisiana. The couple was seen descending from the airport in casuals. Kunis dressed her baby bump in cargos and a striped jumper while Kutcher wore a pair of baggy jeans and checkered shirts with his signature style cap.
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Mila Kunis (L), seen at the Toronto Film Festival on September 10, 2013 and Ashton Kutcher, seen at an LA Lakers game in Los Angeles May 1, 2012, are seen in a combination photo. Hollywood stars Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are engaged to be married, according to US Weekly and the E! entertainment news website.
During their vacation, the lovebirds visited Abita Brewing Company, 30 miles north of New Orleans.
Announcing their visit to the whole world, the brewery tweeted, "You never know who you'll run into at an Abita tour! #jackieandkelso #craftbeer."
The couple also posted a snapshot from their tour and were seen sharing a warm embrace.
Kutcher and Kunis were also seen digging into delicious and diverse food while enjoying their time in the south.
On Tuesday they went for a scrumptious meal at Tacos & Beer restaurant in Old Town.
"They were here for about an hour. Ashton had a big burrito and a beer while Mila had the carne asada dish with tea and water," E!online quoted the manager.
The manager further noted that the parents-to-be also took pictures with their fans.
"They were really cool, and very nice. They were just having a good time."
After stopping at Tacos & Beer restaurant, the couple was seen halting at Slidell Soda Shop.
"Mila was trying out all kinds of ice creams. She tried the Rocky Road and then got two scoops of Thin Mint," a source said suggesting that she loved the ice creams.
"Hopefully she gets more ice cream cravings so they will come back, " the source added.
Kunis has been doing prenatal yoga and is said to be having a lot of green veggies to maintain a healthy pregnancy.
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