Ashton Kutcher And Demi Moore Reunite At California Airport [VIDEO]
Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore arrived on the same plane from San Jose into Burbank, Calif., after attending a tech conference together.
Walking through the airport to their rides, the former couple appeared to be chatting about business as they tried not to make eye contact with the paparazzi lenses coming at them from all directions. Kutcher, 35, and Moore, 50, also managed to keep their composure as the paps grilled them about their in-progress divorce.
“Do you think Ashton should get spousal support even though you’re worth more than him?” one paparazzo repeatedly asked Moore.
When Kutcher and Moore went to head off in their separate directions, Moore kept her head down and wordlessly went off to the left. Realizing his ex was no longer at his side, Kutcher stalled and waved and said, “Bye, Demi,” before continuing on his way.
The former couple was at the San Jose tech conference because of their joint continued work with their foundation – THORN: Digital Defenders of Children, which endeavors to fight human trafficking around the globe. Incidentally, it was originally titled the Demi and Ashton Foundation.
While the exes were in California on business, Kutcher’s current girlfriend Mila Kunis was in Canada at the premiere of her new film Third Person at the Toronto International Film Festival.
– Chelsea Regan
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