6-year-old Dimitri Portwood is rarely seen next to his parents, yet he always amazes people with his resemblance to his dad, Ashton Kutcher. Meanwhile, 8-year-old Wyatt Isabelle is adorably her mom Mila Kunis’ twin.

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, one of Hollywood’s beloved couples, have amassed significant wealth through their successful careers.

Despite their financial success, Kunis opted for affordable wedding bands from Etsy, totaling just $210.

Their relationship endured challenges, including Kutcher’s battle with a life-threatening health condition.

Kunis and Kutcher’s romance blossomed over years of friendship, starting during their time on “That ’70s Show” in the late ’90s.

After Kutcher’s divorce from Demi Moore in 2012, rumors of a romance with Kunis surfaced, eventually leading to a public relationship.

Their love story includes candid moments, like Kutcher’s late-night confession of love set to a Kenny Chesney song.

The couple, who secretly married in 2015, shares a commitment to family, welcoming two children and cherishing their time together.

Both actors had successful careers prior to their relationship, with Kunis earning millions from “That ’70s Show” and voice acting in “Family Guy,” among other projects.

Kutcher’s wealth extends beyond acting, with successful investments in companies like Uber and Skype through his venture capital firm.

Despite their financial success, Kunis prioritized simplicity, opting for affordable wedding bands over expensive options.

In 2019, Kutcher faced a health scare with vasculitis, highlighting the couple’s resilience and commitment to each other.

Their shared values extend to sustainable living, with the couple embracing farm life on the outskirts of Los Angeles, cultivating their own produce.

When Kutcher proposed the idea of living and working on a farm, Kunis initially had doubts. However, when the COVID-19 pandemic struck, they realized the value of having a self-sufficient home.

In addition to their pool area, the property boasts numerous apple trees and a barbecue spot complete with a pizza oven, a gift from Kutcher to Kunis for their anniversary.

Their home operates entirely on solar power and is equipped with ample water resources to sustain their crops. The exterior features large timber beams salvaged from an old Wonder Bread factory.

The Kutcher family collaborates to maintain their fruit and vegetable gardens. Although Kunis’s parents jest about the cost-effectiveness of growing tomatoes on their farm compared to buying them from the store, Kunis remains unfazed. She values the opportunity to teach her children about the importance of food cultivation and the effort required to grow even the simplest crops, such as tomatoes.