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Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis engaged

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis engaged

ENGAGED: Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher look pretty happy together. Photo: Associated Press

Actor Ashton Kutcher is reportedly engaged to his girlfriend Mila Kunis.

“The Black Swan” actress was spotted wearing a sparkling diamond on her left ring finger while out shopping in Los Angeles on Thursday, and a source tells E! News that the couple is in fact planning to tie the knot.

Kutcher and Kunis met in 1998 as co-stars of the popular U.S. sitcom “That ’70s Show,” in which they played an on-screen couple.

However, their off-screen romance did not begin until April, 2012, months after his 2011 separation from ex-wife Demi Moore after six years of marriage.

Kutcher and Moore’s divorce was finalized last November.

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