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Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis Troll Tabloids Claiming They’re Getting Divorced

"It's over?! Oh my god, what are we gonna to do?"

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Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis continue to rank highly among Hollywood’s coolest parents. Amid flurries of recent reports that their marriage is in turmoil, they decided to shut the whole thing down with a hilarious video.

Over the last few months, various sources have claimed that Kutcher and Kunis were on the rocks, with absurd headlines like “Mila Kunis ‘Wasting Away’ Amid Ashton Kutcher ‘Divorce'”. (Interesting use of quotations there.) The speculation came to a head with an InTouch cover story claiming the pair were separating due to a “dark secret” of Kutcher’s.

The couple, who married in 2015 and have two children together, finally responded to the madness with a video of them reacting to the story. In the clip posted on Kutcher’s Instagram, Kunis is seen holding her phone open to the tabloid cover.

“Babe, what’s happening?” Kutcher asks her. “It’s over between us,” Kunis replies, deadpan. They continue to feign shock over the alleged events, and Kunis later adds: “Also I took the kids,” referring to their 4-year-old daughter Wyatt and 2-year-old son Dimitri. “Oh you took the kids?” Kutcher replies. “I don’t get the kids anymore?”

Kutcher also captioned the post with: “I guess it’s over @intouchweekly have fun selling magazines this week. Maybe next week my wife will be having twins. For the third time. But who’s counting.”

Clearly, InTouch‘s claims are ridiculously false, but Kutcher and Kunis are handling it like champs. Out of all the couples in Hollywood, these two seem more stable than most. They’ve continued to be a very private family, and have spoken openly about their refusal to show their kids on social media. The parents have also said they won’t provide trust funds for their children, instead opting to donate to charity.

If anything, their family unit seems stronger than ever; so let’s maybe let them be.