First a super-secret glamping wedding weekend, and now into the RV! Newlyweds Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are extending their rustic nuptial festivities with an outdoorsy honeymoon to Yosemite National Park, Entertainment Tonight reports.
The couple, along with their adorable nine-month-old daughter Wyatt, left their wedding venue — Parrish Pioneer Ranch, outside Los Angeles — in a RV and are now at the popular outdoor destination, which is known for its famed for its giant, ancient sequoias, and towering granite cliffs, in Northern California, three hours west of San Francisco.
A woman on Twitter spotted the pair — who apparently didn't want to take pictures with fans, but were happy to shake hands — and posted a few photos of the famous family eating lunch and even snapped a cute shot of baby Wyatt practicing taking steps as Kutcher holds her hands and mom encourages her with a smile.
They were also spotted checking into the historical Ahwahnee Hotel. The luxury accommodations, which date back to 1927, are set on the valley floor and boast views of several popular Yosemite attractions, including the Half Dome, Glacier Point, and the Yosemite Falls.
Clearly the couple is opting for a nature-filled celebration to mark their union. The former That '70s Show costars' venue of choice for their wedding was a serene, secluded spot that boasted acres of apple orchards, ponds and botanical gardens. The couple stocked the lush grounds, which had been playfully dubbed "Camp KuKu" for Kunis and Kutcher, with outdoorsy activities, set up among rows of tents serving as a luxe glamping campground for partygoers.
But all their wedding festivities this weekend were reportedly more of a celebration than a formal marriage ceremony. A source told People that Kunis and Kutcher were already legally married, and that their 4th of July nuptials served as a low-key gathering to celebrate their nuptials with close family and friends. "They're so happy," the source said. "They're so in love."