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Stagecoach, California's Country Music Festival, brings out the U.S.A.'s biggest fans, and that apparently includes Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis! Not only did the two lovebirds attend the concert, which takes place in Indio, Calif., the same spot as Coachella, they also got festively dressed for their fun outing.
Kutcher sported a very appropriate black cowboy hat and green bandana tied around his neck, making him look like he rolled straight out of the wild West. Not to mention his enormous belt buckle that drew attention to his waist. Kunis, on the other hand, went a little more casual wearing shorts and a black tee with a chambray shirt over it.
The music festival seems to be an annual date for the happy couple, as they also attended last year while Kunis was pregnant with daughter Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher. The Two and a Half Men alum sported the same cowboy hat that he wore this year, further adding to his annual tradition.
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Wyatt's mom couldn't have looked happier as she made her way through the festival grounds with her better half and some friends, but it looks like she left their daughter at home. Then again, the desert doesn't seem like an ideal place for a baby!
The happy couple seems to fit in dates whenever they can, as they were also recently spotted holding hands on their way to the Home Depot. While that's definitely not the most romantic spot for a hangout, it's nice to see that they're making time for each other...even if it means completing home renovations LOL.
They have to get in as much time together as they can before the fall, because based on Kutcher's passion for football, it's going to be all sports all the time for little Wyatt and her dad!
When Mila appeared on Conan in February, she joked that Ashton is "molding" their daughter to become "the very first female professional NFL coach, specifically for the Chicago Bears."
Just how is he doing that? "By forcing her to watch football every Sunday, Monday night and Thursday night—and no, I'm not kidding, everybody! This child has worn a Chicago bears onesie every Sunday of her life, every Monday night of her life and every Thursday night of her life—and never twice," she told Conan O'Brien.