Mila Kunis Flaunts Baby Bump While Grocery Shopping in LA (PHOTOS)

(PHOTO) Instagram: kunismilenaActress Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher

Mila Kunis debuted her burgeoning baby bump while grocery shopping in Studio City, Calif., on Monday amid reports claiming she and Ashton Kutcher are expecting a child


The "Jupiter Ascending" star, 30, appeared happy and relaxed while carrying fresh produce back to her vehicle and onlookers could not help but notice her rounded belly. Kunis wore a black maxi dress and white blouse which revealed her baby bump.

"They are happy, healthy and excited to start a family," a source told Us magazine of Kunis and Kutcher with another adding "This is something they both wanted ... They are both so happy."

The "Ted" actress, who began dating Kutcher in 2012, has reportedly been spotted attending a pre-natal yoga class in Los Angeles recently. The couple have not publicly confirmed Kunis' pregnancy.

The baby news comes weeks after sources confirmed the couple's engagement. Last month Kunis debuted her diamond engagement ring during a shopping trip with her mother in Los Angeles and reports claim Kutcher, 36, approached her father about marrying her prior to proposing.

Kutcher, who was previously married to Demi Moore, finalized his divorce from the actress in November last year before proposing to Kunis.

"He talked with Mila's dad around Christmastime. He asked for Mark's blessing to marry her," a source told People magazine.

"It was important to Ashton to be respectful and traditional. This is the real thing for him and he wants to do it all right," the source added.

Sources claim the Hollywood couple are planning on tying the knot this month ahead of the birth of their first child.

"They are planning to get married in LA in April. They just want it to be made legal so are happy with a registry office," a source told The Sun U.K. "Mila, especially, wants it to be very low-key, with just their family there and a BBQ in their garden afterwards. She doesn't want to do anything showy or over the top."