Actors Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher were married on Saturday, capping their celebrated two-year-long older woman, younger man relationship, two celebrity magazines reported on Sunday.
Representatives for Kutcher, 27, and Moore, 42, could not be immediately reached for comment, but both Us Weekly and People magazine reported on their Web sites that the couple was married in Los Angeles area on Saturday.
Moore, who starred in "Ghost," "G.I. Jane" and "Striptease," first began dating the younger Kutcher in 2003, just as she was making a highly publicized return to the screen as a high-kicking villain in "Charlie's Angeles: Full Throttle," reports Reuters.
According to Scotsman, the guest included Moore's ex-husband Bruce Willis, US Weekly and People reported on their websites.
The couple's publicists would not comment on the claims.
Other guests at the Kabbalah ceremony nuptials of Moore, 42, and Kutcher, 27, included actress Lucy Liu and Moore's three daughters, the magazines said.
Ghost star Moore has already been married twice, to Willis, and musician Freddie Moore for four years in the early 1980s.
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