What’s the one thing that can never come between Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher? Its space! Not in the obsessive lover kind of way, but the intergalactic type of space. Ashton Kutcher had a ticket for the next Virgin Galactic space flight, but Mila Kunis made him return it. And here you are moping your weekend trip got canceled! The 43-year-old shared his wife Mila Kunis persuaded him not to go on account of their children Wyatt, six, and Dimitri, four. “When I got married and had kids, my wife basically encouraged that it was not a smart family decision to be heading into space when we have young children,’ said Kutcher.
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“So I ended up selling my ticket back to Virgin Galactic, and I was supposed to be on the next flight, but I will not be on the next flight. But at some point, I’m going to space!’ insisted Ashton. It’s no secret that Earthlings have had a sudden urge to make a trip to space, especially after Sir Richard and five of his employees boarded a space plane called the VSS Unity. Ashton bought his tickets way back in 2012, and a lot has happened between him and Mila since then- their two kids! Buying a ticket and not using it is a harrowing experience that Ashton survived for his wifey.
Mila told Entertainment Tonight in January that the family embraced lockdown together: ‘Our whole family is already co-dependent, so this pandemic just feeds into our entire co-dependency.” She continued, “And my husband and I were super co-dependent for like eight years, and in this pandemic, our kids are like: “Where are you going?” And I was like: “The bathroom.” We haven’t left each other. We’re in the house.” In other news, Virgin will complete two more test flights before customers can pay a minimum of $250,000 for a seat on a flight to space. The expected launch for commercial flights is in 2022.
[Via – Mashable]