Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis Engaged? ‘Jobs’ Actor And Girlfriend Not Getting Married… Yet; Spotted Wearing Wedding Ring?
By Staff Writer | September 06, 2013 12:07 PM EDT
Are Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis engaged? Rumors swirled when Ashton Kutcher's girlfriend, Mila Kunis, was spotted wearing what looked like a wedding ring on her left hand, but reports say the "Jobs" actor and Mila are not getting married yet.
"They are not engaged," a source told People magazine.
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Yet rumors began that the two were engaged when Mila Kunis stepped out in Los Angeles wearing a thin gold band on her engagement finger, E! News reports. While the ring doesn't look like a diamond engagement ring, it started people chatting about a possible wedding soon.
While out, Kunis wore a colorful, floral blue dress, sandals, and sunglasses. She had her hair up and carried a bouquet of summer flowers after going grocery shopping with her mom, E! Online reports.
Though it doesn't look like Ashton and Mila are engaged now, this doesn't mean they aren't getting married sometime in the near future.
One source told People magazine that Kutcher, 35, had talked about popping the question to Kunis around her 30th birthday on August 14.
"He knows what they have is amazing and special," the source said. "He's been thinking about proposing for a long time."
Another insider told Vh1 that Kutcher and Kunis are "totally going to marry, we just don't know when."
So what's holding Ashton Kutcher back? Probably his divorce from Demi Moore, which has not yet been settled.
"Ashton is set on proposing [to Mila]. He really wants to marry her and is so annoyed that there is still the hold up with the divorce," a source told People in July.
Neither Kutcher's nor Kunis' reps have responded for comment on the ring.
Last week, Kunis and Kutcher were spotted cuddling in China before climbing the Great Wall together, E! News reports. The couple were first rumored to be dating in April 2012.
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