Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis put on a united front while out and about in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
Kunis and Kutcher – who both starred on “That ’70s Show” with Masterson – were seemingly trying to avoid the paparazzi as they held their heads down while making their way through the crowded street.
The “Bad Moms” star, 40, opted for a green khaki utility-style jumpsuit paired with white sneakers and minimal makeup for the public outing.
Her husband, 45, also went casual, rocking a Lucky Charms T-shirt, coat, light-wash jeans, boots and a baseball cap.
The public outing comes just a few weeks after Kutcher and Kunis received backlash for praising Masterson’s character in an effort to get his sentencing reduced.
Once the letters were publicly revealed, Kutcher and Kunis apologized in a video shared via Instagram on Sept. 9.
In the clip, they claimed they “support victims” and that their statements “were not written to question the legitimacy of the judicial system or the validity of the jury’s ruling.”
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They also noted that their letters were “intended for the judge” – not the public.
Shortly after, Kutcher also resigned from the anti-sex trafficking organization he co-founded with ex-wife Demi Moore.
“After my wife and I spent several days of listening, personal reflection, learning, and conversations with survivors and the employees and leadership at Thorn, I have determined the responsible thing for me to do is resign as Chairman of the Board, effectively immediately,” Kutcher wrote in the memo shared publicly on Sept. 15.
“I cannot allow my error in judgment to distract from our efforts and the children we serve.”