Access Hollywood has confirmed a People Magazine report that Demi Moore, 42, and Ashton Kutcher, 27, said “I do” in Los Angeles Saturday night.
No other details were available and the couple’s representative declined to comment.
This is the first marriage for Kutcher and the third for Moore, whose previous unions—to rock musician Freddie Moore (1980-84) and to actor Bruce Willis (1987-2000) -- ended in divorce.
Kutcher and Moore initially met at a casual dinner in New York City in 2003.
After the “That ‘70s Show” star began dating Moore that May, he quickly carved out a place in the lives of her three daughters by Willis—Rumer, 17; Scout, 14; and Tallulah, 11. They came to embrace Kutcher as a third parent, affectionately calling him MOD, short for “My Other Dad.”
“We talk about everything,” said Kutcher of his close ties to the young women. “It’s amazing.”
In February, Moore and Kutcher, who spend most of their time in Los Angeles, slipped away to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, to celebrate Valentine’s Day at a resort overlooking the ocean. The getaway sparked rumors that Kutcher proposed and that the duo eloped.
They’ve also long fended off rumors that Moore was pregnant. “Why am I the last person to find out everything?” Kutcher joked to reporters last spring, as British tabloids announced that Moore was to be a mom again. “I’m going to be a daddy? God, no one tells me anything.”
At the time, Moore’s representative denied the pregnancy report, but acknowledged that, “Having another child is something Demi would like to do.” During an appearance on David Letterman, Kutcher also said he “absolutely” wants to have kids.
As for the key to the couple’s blissful bond, they curb their negative emotions—a basic tenet of the pair’s Kabbalah beliefs—and they are also always up-front with each other. “When I’m putting up a front, she calls me on it,” Kutcher told Oprah Winfrey in April. “And I call her on her crap.”
Also on Oprah, Kutcher expressed his happiness with Moore saying, "I love being with her. She makes me a better person."
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