Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher swept their nine-month-old daughter Wyatt away on a family vacation to celebrate their recent surprise marriage - and the locale is just as whimsical as their nuptials. The adventurous pair chose the spectacularYosemite National Park in California for their low-key getaway.
Entertainment Tonight reports that the couple were spotted checking into the historic Ahwahnee Hotel which sits on a valley floor within Yosemite. The hotel, which dates back to 1927, boasts incredible views of the park’s landmarks including Yosemite Falls and Glacier Point.
After checking into their hotel the former That 70’s Show co-stars were seen enjoying lunch with their daughter before heading to a field where they helped the nine-month-old practice walking while holding onto her proud dad’s hands.
According to one Twitter user, Mila and Ashton politely declined having their photo taken but did offer a friendly handshake to their fans.
The laidback honeymoon follows the couple’s surprise wedding over the Fourth of July weekend. Ashton and Mila gathered their friends and family in a secluded orchard on Parrish Ranch in Oak Glen, California for their nuptials on Saturday.
People magazine reported that the couple were already legally married and the party, for which guests camped in luxury tents, was just to mark the occasion. Both the Black Swan star and her daughter wore white.
Mila was radiant in a strapless tulle dress with crystal beading and a low-cut back, with her hair swept back in a chignon. Meanwhile, Ashton wore a dark tuxedo with a bowtie.
“He was carrying Wyatt around throughout the afternoon,” a source told Us Weekly. “He clearly loves her so much and never wanted to put her down.”
Mila and Ashton began dating in 2012 after years of friendship. The brunette beauty has always said that their wedding would be a private affair: “My theory on weddings is: Don’t invite anyone. Do it privately and secretly,” she explained to W magazine. “My parents are ok with that. They’re just excited that I said yes.”