But Kutcher eventually fell into the arms of a woman 16 years his senior – Demi Moore. The pair met at a dinner hosted by friends and quickly hit it off. And by 2003 they were appearing on the red carpet together, most notably at the premiere for Moore’s movie Charlie’s Angel: Full Throttle. Kutcher then began to study Kabbalah, a Jewish spiritual practice, with her.
It was clearly a very serious relationship. In a September 2005 interview with the magazine Harper’s Bazaar, Moore described Kutcher as her “soulmate.” And the same month as the interview was published, the pair got married. They had a private ceremony in Beverly Hills, attended by many of their close friends and family.
And for the next six years, everything went great for them. That ’70s Show ended in 2006, but Kutcher had plenty of other projects to keep him busy. He and Moore seemed like the perfect couple: they appeared close when out in public and wrote complimentary things about one another on social media. Kutcher even got along great with his wife’s ex-husband, action star Bruce Willis.