Ashton, Mila want space honeymoon
London: Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis, who are planning to get married this summer, reportedly want to have their honeymoon in space.
The couple are keen to have a British wedding once Kutcher's divorce from ex-wife Demi Moore is finalised. For the honeymoon, Kutcher wants to take Kunis on one of Sir Richard Branson's flights into space, reports Femalefirst.
The British business tycoon has set up a project to allow people to embark on the incredible two-hour commercial trip and Kutcher, who has already bought his 124,000- pound seat, wants a truly special honeymoon.
An insider said: "Ashton is already going into space on Branson's Virgin Galactic flight and he has said Mila will definitely be at his side as his honeymoon present."
The couple wants to get married as soon as they can because they want to start an "old-fashioned" family.
"They are desperate to get married as soon as possible because they want to start a family and are slightly old-fashioned about these things," said the source.
The inaugural flight on SpaceShip Two will be packed with stars including Justin Bieber, famed physics genius Stephen Hawking and Leonardo DiCaprio.
The first trip is due to happen this Christmas Day with more flights following in 2014.
Passengers will travel 62 miles in altitude - the internationally recognised boundary of outer space - and will experience weightlessness and an incredible view of the curve of the earth.
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