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The couple, former co-stars of That 70s Show, were spotted in Cedar Rapids, his hometown, sampling the wares at a frozen yogurt shop (Isn't it cold enough in Iowa this time of year?). He had the peach yogurt, she had an orange sorbet, People informed us.
Kutcher, 34, filed for divorce from Moore, 50, Friday in Los Angeles, after more than a year of separation and six years of marriage. He has been friends with Kunis, 29, for years, but they became a couple this fall.
It's not clear yet whether this divorce will be as civilized as, say Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes this year, or even Moore's divorce from actor Bruce Willis, father of her three daughters.
But early signs aren't good. Moore is said by TMZ to be holding out for a big financial settlement from Kutcher, now the well-paid star of Two and a Half Men, even though Moore has more money than he does.
Kunis, meanwhile, is trying to move beyond an anti-Semitic slur uttered last week by a Ukrainian politician, who said she was a "dirty Jewess" and not a true Ukrainian (she was born there and immigrated with her family when she was 7). Anti-defamation groups in the USA leaped to her defense, demanding an apology from the Ukrainian leadership, which so far has not been forthcoming.
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