Ashton’s romantic babymoon

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IOL KutchKunis AP Actors Mila Kunis, left, and Ashton Kutcher

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher enjoyed a romantic babymoon last week.

The couple, who are set to welcome their first child, a baby girl, into the world in October, spent a week soaking up the sun at the exclusive La Taha'a Island Resort & Spa on the island of Tahaa, near Bora Bora, in French Polynesia.

A source told E! News that the 'Black Swan' actress, 30, and her 36-year-old fiancé checked into a private over-water bungalow on May 25.

The couple spent much of their holiday relaxing on the resort's private beach, instead of taking advantage of the adventurous activities on offer, including snorkelling, hiking and jet-skiing.

The insider said: “[They] enjoyed the tranquil beauty of the resort.”

The duo returned to Los Angeles on Sunday and were spotted visiting Mila's family there yesterday.

The couple, who got engaged earlier this year and started dating in 2012, recently bought a new $10 million mansion in Beverly Hills and the 'Two and a Half Men' actor put his bachelor pad on the market for $12 million.

Ashton, who was previously married to Demi Moore, can't wait to be a father and is doing everything he can to support Mila, whom he first met when she was 14 on the set of their sitcom 'That 70s Show.'

A friend previously said: “Ashton has been taking such good care of Mila. He's doting on her and telling her she looks beautiful. He understands she's going through changes and he hasn't judged her for it.

“Ashton supports her 100 percent. Ashton was meant to be a father. It's all he can talk about!” – Bang Showbiz


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