Actors Mila Kunis, Asthon Kutcher Engaged

Kutcher is not Jewish, but he delved into kabbalah studies during his marriage to actress Demi Moore.

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The couple that started off as co-stars on "That '70s Show" and began dating about two years ago is tying the knot: Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are engaged.

Kunis was spotted wearing a sparkly diamond ring on her left ring finger, E! News reported, adding that a source confirmed the duo is planning a walk down the aisle.

"Ashton and Mila have talked about getting married for quite a while," a source close to Kutcher told People magazine in December, while another friend of Kutcher's said, "They're incredibly happy together."

Rumors first started swirling in April 2012 that Kutcher, 36, and Kunis, 30, were dating, and they have since seemed inseparable.

Late last year, a friend of Kunis' told Radar Online that she wanted to have kids with Kutcher and raise them Jewish.

Mila’s family is "much more traditional and less Hollywood," the source said. "Think Coney Island-style Russian immigrants. They want Jewish babies and Mila wants to give them to her family. Tradition is very important to her."

“It’s a dream for Mila and Ashton, and even if he doesn’t fully convert, he’s very much into the idea of having little Jewish babies,” the source said.

Kutcher is not Jewish, but he delved into kabbalah studies during his marriage to actress Demi Moore.

He and Kunis came to Israel last year to pay their last respects to Rabbi Philip Berg, known as "Madonna's rabbi," the man who made Jewish mysticism popular among Hollywood's leading celebrities.

The engagement news comes following the finalization late last year of Kutcher's divorce from Moore.

Actress Mila Kunis, left, and Ashton Kutcher, right sit courtside together at the NBA basketball game between the Phoenix Suns and Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013, in Los Angeles. Credit: AP

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