Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher have hot footed it over to Spain to enjoy a romantic break together, it's just a shame the couple were joined on their jaunt by a crowd of photographers...
The couple are making the most of a break in Mila's London shooting schedule for her new film Jupter Ascending by taking a sunshine holidy in Jerez De La Frontera, where they apparently plan to attend the popular Moto GP Races.
The privacy loving pair looked more than a little miffed though as their break was interrupted by a swarm of paps. As the couple sat at a streetside cafe yesterday with a glass of wine, they failed to raise a smile as cameras surrounded them. Later on Mila was spottefd angrily gesturing toward the photographers as they got up to leave the restaurant.
Romantic trip: Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher have been spotte holidaying in Spain (WENN)
It seemed like the couples' mood brightened later on in the day when the actors escaped to a nearby winery. Clutching a bottle of red wine, the pair were soon beaming for the camera.
The couple's Euro break follows a hectic few weeks of shooting in the UK for Mila. A few days ago the actress was joined by co-star Channing Tatum to film an action sequence at London's Natural History Museum in London, skating over the famous Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton.
“They’re using it to film pivotal action scenes," a source told The Sun. “A skate ramp has been built over the top of the huge dinosaur in the foyer for a climax chase scene.”
It's not the first time Mila has caused a scene while filming her new movie, when filming at Ely Cathederal staff and volunteers were told "not to bother" or "make eye contact" with the Hollywood babe. “It is a real coup for Ely having someone like Mila filming and they realise how important it is to let her get on with her work without being bothered by overexcited choristers,” a source told the Daily Mirror.
“She and Channing [Tatum] have been squirrelled away, and they are being smuggled in so as to cause as little bother and distraction as possible. Much of the cathedral has been closed down as well to ensure filming continues seamlessly.”