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Flashback: Couples at the Golden Globes, Ashton Kutcher, Demi Moore

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These days, Ashton Kutcher has a place to call home with his famous wife Mila Kunis and their daughter. However, a few years ago, that wasn't quite the case. 

After announcing their separation in 2011 and filing for divorce from his ex-wife Demi Moore the following year, the Ranch actor revealed he lived temporarily in Airbnb homes as a 30-something newly single man. As one of the company's investors today, Kutcher recalled a significant experience he had with the company during a panel presentation called the Airbnb Open with CEO Brian Chesky on Saturday. 

"I went to Europe and I flew in and got in in the middle of the night," Kutcher remembered, according to People. "I arrived at the Airbnb at 2 a.m. The person had left me dinner and a glass of wine."

Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis

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"It was…the magic and the love that I needed in that moment," he added. "I was shocked that someone would care that much about a total stranger."

Of course, those days are behind him as he since remarried his That '70s Show co-star and they're about to become parents for the second time, this time to a baby boy. 

"He was built for that," Wilmer Valderrama told E! News of his former co-star at the 2017 People's Choice Awards. "He's a football-watching farm boy who just, you know, who just gets how to be a cowboy. I think he's been waiting for this moment." 

The actor certainly has a baby name in mind with football roots. During an appearance on Conan, the comedian alluded to his love for University of Iowa football and how it inspired a unique baby moniker. 

"There was a rallying cry from a collective that believed in the name Hawkeye," he told Conan O'Brien. "I'm an Iowan, so to have a kid named Hawkeye?"

So, will big sister Wyatt be getting a brother Hawkeye soon? Not quite. "It didn't cross the Mila threshold," he joked. "It came to the threshold, but then it got knocked down."