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Ashton Kutcher destined to be with Mila Kunis

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Ashton Kutcher's twin brother thinks he and Mila Kunis were "meant to be".

Michael Kutcher couldn't be happier that the 'Two and a Half Men' star - who was previously married to Demi Moore - is engaged and expecting a baby with his former 'That '70s Show' co-star and thinks they were always destined to be together.

He said: "I mean, I love Mila.

"Those two reunited after 14 years, and I think they were meant to be.

"It'd be like Ross and Rachel getting married [from 'Friends'], like David Schwimmer and Jennifer Aniston getting married!

"They make such a great couple. I'm so happy for them, I really am. Ashton is in a really great place right now."

Michael - whose sister Tausha is also pregnant - can't wait to welcome the new additions to the family into the world.

He added to Us Weekly magazine: "My sister and Ashton are both expecting -- it's so exciting for the whole family!

"Ashton and Mila are so excited to be parents.

"I have a nine year old myself, and a four year old and there's a 16 year old in the family. We're so excited to expand the cousins of the new generation."

Michael thinks it is nice the babies will be so close in age as he grew up surrounded by a large extended family.

He said: "My mom comes from an Irish Catholic background. She has 10 brothers and sisters, so we have a huge extended family. They're all around the same area.

"We had 83 people in a farmhouse last Christmas, and Grandma cooked for everyone."

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