Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis Relationship Continues to Grow

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher have left no more room for doubt about their love affair while in New York City this week.

The pair has kept their blossoming relationship out of the public eye until now, and was spotted displaying their affection for one another in New York's Central Park on Monday.

Kunis, 29, and Kutcher, 34, were openly kissing, holding hands, and cuddling while roaming the park with no concern for the cameras capturing their obvious relationship.

Later, the pair of actors was seen strolling the streets of Manhattan hand in hand and often paused for a kiss, according to Daily Mail.

The former "That 70's Show" co-stars were just blocks from where Kutcher once shared an apartment with ex-wife Demi Moore ahead of their split last year.

Over the summer, Kunis denied her relationship with Kutcher and claimed that she and the "Two and a Half Men" star were "just friends."

"No! They are not dating," said a representative for the actress in April, according to Us Weekly. "They've been friends for years."

Then, Kutcher and Kunis attended a party in Los Angeles where they were spotted getting closer, sparking strong suspicions of a relationship.

Along with their many recent public displays of affection, Kutcher and Kunis are 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 course close to the couple, according to The Telegraph.

"Ashton is eager to get Mila involved in giving his man den a spruce up," the insider added.

Kutcher's love life has been thrown into the spotlight since his split from Moore, who he had been married to for six years. The divorce sent the 49-year-old actress into a state of depression, which led to a health scare earlier this year. After receiving treatment for "exhaustion," Moore remains out of the public eye even today.