At the very least, some of their belongings certainly seem to be, that is if the oddly conspicuous moving truck spotted at their home yesterday is any indication.
But could this really be the end of Ashton and Demi? What gives?
Here's what we know: neither Kutcher's nor Moore's rep has been particularly chatty with the media since the allegations of Ashton's cheating became headline news, and unsurprisingly, neither side felt like offering up an explanation of why a moving van was spotted leaving their home yesterday afternoon, or what, exactly, it was carrying (ditto, quite wisely, the moving van company).
It's worth bearing in mind, though, that despite the vehicle's curious presence at la Casa de Kutcher, it was just yesterday that sources close to the twosome told E! News that the couple of six years—who made quite the show of brandishing their wedding rings in public this week—is not currently considering divorce or a formal split of any kind.
And while a day can make quite a difference, it doesn't appear that the couple has suddenly strayed from their united way of thinking. So for now, the moving van mystery will remain just that.
Of course, while the couple is keeping ultra low-profiles, that's going to be changing—whether they like it or not—very soon.
E! News has learned that Moore is still honoring all the promotional commitments she made prior to the you-know-what hitting the fan, and in fact is even on track to participate in the junket for her new film, Margin Call, in New York on Monday. She's also planning on attending the New York premiere of the film next week, though it's probably a safe bet that her duties will extend only to posing and that she won't be bothering with the media interviews.
Which, really, is fair enough.
As for Ashton, he too has proven himself dependable through the drama, and hasn't missed a beat (or a day), turning up as usual on the set of Two and a Half Men.
So whatever else you call these two, consummate pros should top the list.
UPDATE: A source confirms to E! News that the moving van spotted near their home was not actually at their home and that the photo was misidentified by the agency that sold the pic.
(Originally published Oct. 14, 2011, at 12:54 p.m. PT)