Looks like they weren't punking us after all.
Despite refusing to confirm their Sept. 24 nuptials, Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher have sold their wedding photos to OK! magazine for an undisclosed sum, providing photographic evidence that the sexy Striptease star and the trucker-hatted Punk'd purveyor are indeed man and wife--or at least a reason facsimile thereof.
The photos, published Wednesday, show Kutcher, 27, wearing a cream-colored Brooks Brothers suit and a fedora, and Moore, 42, wearing a white Lanvin gown. Both halves of the couple also modeled the traditional red Kabbalah string bracelet on their wrists.
That would make sense because all accounts described the ceremony as a traditional Kabbalist affair, taking place at the couple's Beverly Hills home before 45 guests, including Moore's ex-husband Bruce Willis and their three daughters, Rumer, 17; Scout, 14; and Tallulah, 11, and Kutcher's That '70s Show pal, Wilmer Valderrama.
As part of the ceremony, Moore walked around Kutcher seven times which is a symbol of Kabbalah's circle of love. The pair then exchanged--you guessed it--Kabbalist rings, according to OK!'s editor-in-chief, Sarah Ivens.
It was the first marriage for Kutcher and the third for Moore, who was married to rocker Freddie Moore from 1980 to 1984 and to Willis from 1987 to 2000.
The couple began dating in April 2003. Kutcher was rapidly accepted by Moore's kids, who reportedly refer to him as MOD, for "My Other Dad," and by Willis, who gave the relationship his blessing early on.
In a recent interview with Harper's Bazaar, Moore called Kutcher her "soul mate" and said they would like to "expand our family."
"Talk about meeting your soul mate," the actress said in the magazine's September issue. "I truly feel I have been given that gift."
The couple has already shot down numerous pregnancy rumors in recent months. However, with a so-called family expansion in the works, who knows how much longer those denials will stand.