Hollywood's soon-to-be hottest married couple will marry next summer.
Excited fans first heard the news that former 'That 70's Show' co-stars, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, were officially dating back in April 2012, nearly one year after Kutcher split from wife Demi Moore, and ever since there has been speculation on when the beloved stars will walk down the aisle.
Kunis and Kutcher will tie the knot next summer
Confirmation came that a wedding would be in the acting duo's future this past February when it was announced Kutcher popped the question to Kunis, and she obviously said "yes." It has now been reported that Hollywood's soon-to-be hottest couple will officially tie the knot next year.
However, the reason for holding off their wedding plans for another year is so they can prepare to welcome their first child into the world.
"The wedding will be next July," a source close to the couple informed RadarOnline. "They want to focus on their daughter first and having it next summer seems logical."
But it seems that when their big day comes, stress could be minimal as Kutcher and Kunis' families already approve of their forthcoming nuptials.
"Ashton's parents are very traditional and they love Mila," the source added. "They got famous together, so she keeps Ashton grounded and vise-versa."
The future newlyweds are also known to be extremely private about their personal lives, so it isn't a surprise that people close to them believes their wedding will be an intimate affair, with only close friends and family attending.
The pair have been dating since April 2012
"They won't have a big production but it will be elaborate. The wedding party will consist of the cast of That 70's Show'as they are all very close. They still hang out with the original cast all the time. Most likely Danny Masterson will be the best man because him and Ashton are like brothers," the insider continued.
Kunis, who is heavily pregnant with her first child, recently opened up about her relationship with Ashton, and how she felt when the hunky actor asked for her hand in marriage. "All of a sudden, it wasn't the same. And I was really proud of myself for acknowledging that," Kunis told Marie Claire magazine. "The best day of my life so far was the proposal. I cried. I was a mess. Not to discredit any relationships in my past, but this relationship is different."