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Mila Kunis Spends Easter With Ashton Kutcher's Family

NEW ORLEANS, April 22 -- Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher flew to Louisiana to spend Easter with his family and "seemed very happy."Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher flew to New Orleans, Louisiana to spend Easter with his family.

The couple, who are expecting their first child in October, were spotted hanging out with the 'Two and a Half Men' star's older sister, Tausha, and her husband, who will also welcome another child later this year.

Eyewitness Ashley Allen told E! News: "They were walking down Gause Boulevard in Slidell, Louisiana, going for a walk with Ashton's family. They seemed very happy!"

The couple also went on a Bayou swamp tour to see crocodiles before visiting the Abita Brewing Company, 30 miles north of the city.

A spokesperson for the company said: "They were really awesome, sweet and down to earth people."

The group were then spotted dining in a local Slidell Waffle House.

A source said: "They were with their niece and two other family members - the door girl talked to them in passing and they told her they were visiting family and that's why they were there.

Ashton ordered light over easy eggs and Mila ordered light over easy eggs without oil because she's trying to eat healthy for baby."

The couple, who got engaged last month, have been spending a lot of the time with the 36-year-old actor's family recently.

They acted "super lovely dovey together" at Los Angeles International Airport late last month, as they headed to his hometown of Cedar Rapids, Iowa to see his parents.

A source told that Ashton's twin brother, Michael Kutcher, is also expecting his first child with his wife in December.


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