One of Hollywood’s current “it” couples donned their best country getups for the Stagecoach Music Festival.
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis were photographed in full embrace over the weekend at Indio, California’s annual country music festival.
The engaged couple were reportedly on hand to watch sets from both Eric Church and Lynyrd Skynyrd.
Mila dressed up her baby bump in flannel over a black T-shirt, while Ashton wore an Iowa T-shirt, jeans, cowboy boots and a cowboy hat.
The weekend country outing for the former That 70s Show stars isn’t the first time Ashton has worn country attire.
The Two and a Half Men star made not-so-pleasant headlines in 2012 for the traditional outfit he wore at the ACM Awards.
At the time, some stars, like Miranda Lambert and Justin Moore, accused Ashton of mocking the genre.
These days Ashton is preparing for first-time fatherhood. Mila is reportedly expecting a baby girl.
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