Are Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher headed down the aisle?

When you look at Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, it seems like they have been together forever. But in reality, it’s been less than two years. So why are their friends saying the two are planning a wedding already?

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis

Less than two years after splitting from his wife, Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher may be headed back down the aisle. Kutcher and That ’70s Show co-star Mila Kunis (pretty much the cutest couple in Hollywood) have been pretty much inseparable since his breakup from Moore, and it looks like they might be ready to say their “I dos.”

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The Gossip Table on VH1 caught up with a pretty reliable source, the couple’s other That ’70s Show co-star — Laura Prepon — who said that the couple has talked about marriage.

The actress also said that she is going to be a bridesmaid in the wedding when it happens, and Wilmer Valderrama may also be in the wedding party.

“Of course I will [be there]. Are you kidding?” she said, according to the NY Daily News. “All of us are going to be right up there on the altar.”

Kutcher was married to Demi Moore in 2005, after two years of a very high-profile relationship. Moore is 15 years older than Kutcher, and the differences turned out to be too much for the couple. In 2011, they announced their separation.

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After That ’70s Show ended in 2006, Kunis and Kutcher remained friends, then grew even closer after they both became single.

When they began dating, they kept their relationship private. However, they have become more comfortable together in public. Kunis told Marie Claire back in January that she feels greater satisfaction not having to hide.

“I’ve always said that it is much easier to be honest than to be caught up in a bunch of lies,” she said. “At least this way, you know who you are.”

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If the couple does walk down the aisle, chances are we won’t know it until it’s over. But it may happen sooner than we realized.

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