Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher go where the wind blows—and for the third day in a row, it took them to Stagecoach: California's Country Music Festival. The engaged That '70s Show co-stars—who are expecting their first child together later this year—once again wore Western-inspired looks. Sunday's event featured performances by Chris Cagle, Florida Georgia Line, Lee Brice, Luke Bryan and more.
The lovebirds packed on the PDA during Stagecoach, held at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, Calif. At various points throughout the day, Kunis and Kutcher threw caution to the wind, dancing and kissing for all to see. Kunis—who next appears in the movie Jupiter Ascending—even gave concertgoers a glimpse of her bare baby bump, courtesy of her loose-fitting hippie top and low-rise jean shorts.
Kutcher, 36, raved about the festival via social media throughout the weekend. On Saturday, the Two and a Half Men star tweeted a picture and wrote, "This band Spirit Family Reunion just have an amazing performance at #stagecoach." The Iowa native shared a second photo of Trampled by Turtles.
Kunis has yet to comment on her pregnancy. "She is so private she probably won't ever talk about it—at least not publicly," a source told E! News March, shortly after her baby news was revealed. "She and Ashton don't want to share this with the world. They've been like that for their entire relationship."
Still, the 30-year-old star of Oz the Great and Powerful knows what kind of parent she wants to be. "I want to be a present mom," she told Playboy in 2013. "When I was growing up both my mom and dad worked full-time. I guess the only thing I can say about that is they worked full-time in one location."
"I'm never in the same place for more than two months. How am I ever going to have a family like that? You have to make compromises," Kunis continued. "If that means I do one movie a year, if people still want to see me and hire me and I don't suck by that point, great. But my only source of happiness can't be dependent on something so fickle. And I find this industry to be incredibly fickle."