Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher have continued their Christmas vacation together in Chicago on Thursday. The couple were spotted having brunch together at Chicago's Prasino Restaurant where they were seen enjoying one another's company.
Although they were just "passing by," an onlooker said the former "That '70's Show" co-stars were "holdings hands and whispering as they walked in," according to E! News.
The pair has been spotted several times over the course of their Christmas getaway, including several fans such as Mady who posted to Twitter, "Today, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis stopped at the same Rochelle gas station that I use on a bi-weekly basis."
Then the Twitter user quipped, "I'm basically a celebrity."
One fan even posted a photo of Kutcher and Kunis while they were enjoying brunch. The image revealed the casually clad pair each in jeans and hats at the restaurant.
This is not the first time Kutcher and Kunis have been photographed together this Christmas, as the couple appeared to spend the holiday season together this year. They were spotted in Kutcher's native Cedar Rapids, Iowa shortly before the holiday.
First spotted kissing in late August, Kutcher and Kunis have all but announced their romance after several public displays of affection in recent months.
Furthermore, the couple is reportedly considering taking their relationship to a new level by moving in together, according to the Belfast Telegraph.
"Ashton and Mila are completely in love, and since they spend so much time together, he decided to take a leap of faith and ask her to move in," said a sourse close to the couple, according to the Telegraph. "Ashton is eager to get Mila involved in giving his man den a spruce up."
The actor finally filed for a divorce from his estranged wife Demi Moore last week. The couple had been married for six years when they announced their split last year, but neither filed for divorce until now.
Meanwhile, Kutcher and Kunis continue to maintain their busy acting careers. Kutcher is preparing for the release the Steve Jobs biopic, "Jobs." Also Kunis will appear in films "The Angriest Man in Brooklyn," "Oz: The Great and Powerful," and "Blood Ties" next year.