Kutcher and Moore at the airport and Kunis at the Toronto FIlm Fest. (PacificCoastNews.com/FameFlynet)
Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore may be taking forever to hash out the terms of their divorce, but that doesn't mean they can't play nice when necessary.
Giving new meaning to flying the friendly skies, the exes, who split in November 2011, were photographed together Monday for the first time since their breakup. They touched down at the Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, California, after a quick trip to San Jose.
According to reports, they both attended a tech conference and then synced up to travel home together — with several other people in tow.
Though officially separated, Kutcher and Moore still run a foundation — Thorn: Digital Defenders of Children, which works to prevent the sexual exploitation of children. It's possible their appearance at the conference was related to that charity because the same day, Kutcher tweeted about the group writing, "Thank you to everyone one on the @thorn tech task force. Your dedication and pursuit of a better world will echo for generations."
Reps for both Kutcher and Moore have not yet responded to omg!'s request for comment.
The timing of their sighting is certainly interesting. Earlier this month Kutcher's girlfriend Mila Kunis was photographed wearing a gold band on that finger. However, the actress isn't talking. She attended the Toronto Film Festival this week sans said ring.
Kutcher and Moore tied the knot in 2005 after two years of dating. Their marriage lasted six years, ending with rumors of his infidelity. Moore subsequently sought treatment for exhaustion and to "improve her overall health," a rep said at the time.
Seeing as they are now cordial enough to travel together ― agreeing on who gets the armrest can be a big deal! ― maybe they can finally work out their divorce drama.
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