Ashton Kutcher has always been a force to reckon with, having been named by Time Magazine as one of the 100 most influential people on the globe for his work as MTV’s “Punk’d” producer, a model, and an actor.
He was a hot cake in the business for his work ethic in the early 2000s, but he got more recognition after his connection with “Ghost” star Demi Moore. For the former Hollywood power couple, age was irrelevant.
Despite the fact that the actress was fifteen years Kutcher’s senior, the couple was content, and attending red-carpet events with Moore’s children was no problem. When he began dating Moore, the twenty-three-year-old actor met her in New York while hosting “Saturday Night Live.”
Kutcher was not expecting to meet his soulmate that day. He wanted to have a fantastic time and get to know practically all of the females, but fate intervened.
He fell in love with the “G.I. Jane” actress after meeting her, and they married two years later. Simultaneously, he married Moore and became the father of Moore’s three children from her former marriage to Bruce Willis.
Surprisingly, both guys shared an unbreakable bond. In 2010, Kutcher admitted that Willis was his buddy and that they shared many memories—but it was not easy. He admitted:
“It was challenging at first. You think to yourself, “He’s the person who used to sleep with my wife,” but if you get past your envy, it gets easier. Being with Bruce has become second nature to me. “We go scuba diving and skiing, hang out with the females, watch movies, and chat about sports.”
Despite having three children, the couple attempted to expand their family. Moore became pregnant, but she miscarried. Moore’s dedication to her children was harmed as a result of this. Scout and Tallulah, her two youngest kids, did not talk to her for three years following that.
Rumer, Moore’s first daughter with Willis, alleged on Jada Pinkett Smith’s “Red Table Talk” that her mother’s marriage to Kutcher harmed their mother-daughter bond. She claimed that her younger sisters were more distressed, and she functioned as a go-between. Tallulah went on to say:
“I was so angry for so much of that period, especially with Ashton, because I felt like something that was mine had been stolen away. When [Demi] wanted another baby and it wasn’t going to happen, it was like, “Oh well, we’re not enough.
Friends saw Moore’s withdrawal and pleaded with Rumer to speak to her. This was a difficult task. Willis’ eldest daughter recognized that her mother was unfit for the job of guardian, and her sisters couldn’t understand why.
Moore said that she was overly reliant on Kutcher, which was not far from the truth. The star of “Indecent Proposal” was maintained:
“My addiction and codependency, my addiction to Ashton, was perhaps far more heartbreaking because it took me emotionally seriously away.”
After six years of marriage, the gorgeous Hollywood couple split. Despite the pain this marriage brought the girls, there were some lovely moments.
Kutcher, who became a stepfather at the age of 25, was delighted with his involvement. The “Two and a Half Men” actor was a hands-on stepfather who accompanied the children to training, attended parent-teacher meetings, and assisted in their upbringing.
Before parting from Moore in 2009, the actor assisted Rumer in purchasing a $971,500 home. He signed off on his part of the Hollywood Hills mansion nine years later.
According to the actor, he got the better end of the deal when he fell in love with a woman and gained three new family members. He remarked:
“Being a part of shaping someone’s life is a fantastic experience.” It’s a fantastic addition to my life. They appear to have been taken advantage of. I receive four of them, whereas they only get one. “They were given the short end of the stick.”
Almost a decade after their divorce, the former adolescent model, now married to Mila Kunis, acknowledged having contact with his ex-wife’s children.