To the delight of their fans everywhere, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher did something this weekend they’ve never done before (at least, not publicly): Showed up at a party together. The pair, who have been together since 2012 and married in 2015, finally stepped foot on the red carpet together for the first time as a couple on Sunday evening. Of course, they walked red carpets together during their years on That ’70s Show—according to USA Today, the pair was last photographed on a red carpet together in 2000—but they were just friends at the time.
As for last night’s event, the actors were on hand to attend the 2018 Breakthrough Prize ceremony at NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View, California, which is often considered the “Oscars of science.” There, Kunis presented an award during the ceremony to Oxford University geneticist Kim Nasmyth.
At the event, the duo looked truly radiant—they even shared a laugh in front of photographers. Though we aren’t sure what they were giggling about it’s no surprise to see them having fun. In an October interview with E! News, Kunis explained that she still feels like she’s in the “honeymoon phase” despite being with Kutcher for years.
“I can give you an honest answer, and this is going to be the opposite of what you will want to hear, but my husband does not annoy me,” Kunis said. “He doesn’t. He really doesn’t. I don’t know if this happens later. We’ve only been married for a handful of years; you know it’s very much in the honeymoon phase. We still really love and like each other daily.”
For them, it seems the secret is keeping their personal family life with their children Dimitri and Wyatt private.”My wife and I have chosen a career where we’re in the public light,” Kutcher told Ariana Huffington in an episode of the Thrive Global Podcast with iHeart Radio. “But my kids have not, so I think they should have the right to choose that… I don’t think they should have images of them that are out there as children that somebody could potentially blackmail or do whatever. It’s their private life. It’s not mine to give away.”