What a difference a year makes! Last November, Ashton Kutcher confirmed the end of his six-year marriage to Demi Moore, noting he would "forever cherish" their time together. But there is no doubt that he has moved on — as you can see here in these steamy new photos of the actor on a Roman holiday with new girlfriend Mila Kunis.(Splash News)
Kutcher, 34, is visiting Kunis, 29, in Italy, where she is filming "The Third Person." And it's not all work and no play for the actress — by any means. They've enjoyed long, tasty dinners over bottles of red wine. They've gone sightseeing, sitting side-by-side in the back pew of a historic church. They've walked hand-in-hand along quiet cobblestone streets, whispering to one another.
It was during one of their romantic strolls that they engaged in some major PDA. On Monday night, while returning from dinner out, they stopped along a quiet sidewalk, put their arms around each other and enjoyed a hot kissing session — as if they were the only two people in the world. They then wandered off into the night, holding hands.
Since the couple hooked up over the summer, they've been loving it up all over the globe. Most recently they were in Australia, where Kutcher had his arm around Kunis as they explored the famed Bondi to Bronte Coast Walk. They also spent a week at a posh resort in Bali.Demi Moore trying to dodge the paparazzi on Nov. 17 (Sharky/Splash News)
Meanwhile, Moore — who has had a difficult year which included a stint in rehab — has been flying under the radar. Earlier this month the actress — who turned 50 on November 11 — was in India for Naomi Campbell's billionaire boyfriend Vladislav Doronin's birthday party. Now back in Los Angeles, over the weekend she was seen with a group of female friends at a park. On Monday she hit the gym, obscuring her face with her oversized pocketbook on the way out.
Although Kutcher and Moore are clearly over, they recently announced that they will continue to work together on the charity they started in 2010. The Demi and Ashton Foundation (DNA) has been renamed THORN: Digital Defenders of Children and its new focus will be on the role of technology in sex crimes.
While they have that sorted out, Kutcher and Moore's actual divorce is a different story. Neither has taken any legal steps to end their marriage, according to reports. There has been no divorce filing — now over a year later. Various reports stated they were fighting over money, which was stalling the divorce process. Kutcher, who is the highest-paid actor on television for his "Two and a Half Men" role, made $24 million last year.
But any type of divorce battle seemed to be the furthest thing on Kutcher's mind in Rome. His sole focus appears to be his new life with Kunis.