And the blissful newlywed fun continues! Just-married Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, along with their adorable baby daughter Wyatt, are continuing their honeymoon RV road trip up the California coast with Mexican food, a wine tasting and a stop in Napa Valley, E! News reports.
The newlyweds — who tied the knot with a super-secret glamping wedding weekend over July 4th weekend in a ranch outside Los Angeles — first stopped in Yosemite Valley National Park, famous for its giant, ancient sequoias, and towering granite cliffs.
Then they continued their rustic honeymoon adventure with a stop in Lodi, California, a city located in San Joaquin County 40 miles south of Sacramento, and stopped for — what else? — good ol' fashion authentic Mexican cuisine at El Maguey Grill. According to an eyewitness, nine-month-old Wyatt started to cry at the table because her diaper needed to be changed, and Kunis told the waitress she was a "super mom" before changing it at the table.
The eyewitness added that Kunis and Kutcher weren't shy with public displays of affection — they were holding each other, kissing and looking like lovey-dovey newlyweds. Both were wearing their wedding rings and appeared happy to finally be husband and wife, and they were extremely friendly, although they politely asked fans not to take pics.
After lunch, the former That '70s Show co-stars headed to Wine & Roses, a luxury hotel and spa that sits on seven acres of botanical gardens, for a wine tasting at the resort's Towne House Restaurant before taking a walk around the lush grounds.
From Lodi, the couple headed northwest to Napa Valley, where the family of three stayed at a Vineyard RV Park and posed for pictures with fans. The newlyweds, looking casual in t-shirts and denim, were also seen shopping for barbecue food and snacks at Whole Foods in downtown Napa, where Kunis was spotted bagging groceries.
They were "super cute," an onlooker told People of the couple. They were "smiling at each other and chatting with the cashier. They looked happy and nobody went over to bother them."
After three days in California's famous wine country, the family made a pit stop in Los Banos, hitting up Panda Express for lunch, then headed to San Luis Reservoir State Park for a hike in the town of Gustine.
We wonder where the newlyweds will head to next!