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Mazal tov! Kunis and Kutcher reportedly expecting
By LAUREN IZSO
24/03/2014
Although rumors have surfaced that the couple is expecting twins, sources confirmed that only one mini-Mila is on the way.
 
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher will be passing on their good genes. E! reported on Monday that the couple is expecting their first child.

Clearly, Kunis wanted the information to go public, as she was spotted by E! attending a pre-natal yoga class in Hollywood. The cat is now officially out of the bag.

Although rumors have surfaced that the couple is expecting twins, E! confirmed that only one mini-Mila is on the way.

Addressing pregnancy rumors spurred by Kunis’ baggy, and therefore potentially bump-hiding clothing, a source told RadarOnline.com last year that Kunis “definitely wants children with Ashton and wants to raise them in her Jewish religion.”

While Kutcher has dabbled in the ancient Jewish study of Kabbalah, the source claims that Mila’s family is “much more traditional and less Hollywood.”



The couple are engaged to be married, US Weekly and the E! entertainment news website reported in February.

The longtime friends, who have been dating for about two years, appeared together on the popular television sitcom "That '70s Show." Their characters - Jackie and Kelso - dated on the show.

Photographs on the US Weekly and E! websites taken of Kunis on Thursday in Los Angeles show her sporting a large diamond ring on her left hand.

The Ukrainian-born Kunis moved to the United States as a child. She has spoken in the past about wanting her future children with Ashton to be raised Jewish.

Kutcher, 36, finalized his divorce from actress Demi Moore in 2013. While he is not Jewish, he is known to be a devoted student of Kabbalah, which he took an interest in while married to Moore.

The two attended the funeral of Kabbalah Chief Rabbi Philip Berg in Safed in northern Israel in 2013.

JTA contributed to this report
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