Apparently, though, there are distinctly different calibers of celebrity, and certain fans are…shall we say…a bit more shipper dreams by marrying Ashton Kutcher (aka, Kelso), Mila dated Macaulay for nearly nine years, starting in 2002 — meaning she dated him from ages 18 to 27, a seriously impressive length of time for her first serious relationship.Before dating Mila, Macaulay had actually been married to another actress, Rachel Miner, for four years.Mila described the unusual way that fans would react to seeing her then-boyfriend in public. That sounds like a seriously stressful (and sorta scary) situation for any relationship.I mean, I *sort of* get where those fans are coming from because OMG it’s Kevin Mc Callister, but the way Mila talks about it sounds like it was downright disturbing.Of course, Mila was 16 when she held that view, and things (and people) change.The couple is usually notoriously private about their marriage yet, as so often happens on Howard Stern’s shows, Kunis offered some rare insight into the origins of their relationship.Unfortunately, that's not what people want him to be, so they write stuff." In fact, Mila has said cohabiting with Macaulay was incredibly normal.
"There are a lot of things people want him to be that he's not," Mila told magazine in 2007."We end up having a lot of talks about how this is a huge mistake, and how he needs to be single and I need to go and be single," she said.The determined duo would even talk to each other about dating other people and would shake hands to stress they were just about "fun." Macaulay Culkin talks Hollywood limelight, shoots down drug rumor "It ended up going from just having fun to genuinely wanting," the 32-year-old said.Ashton Kutcher and expectant mom Mila Kunis vacation in Seattle "I was like 16, I told my dad, 'Just so you know, I don't believe in marriage.' And my dad's like, 'What did I just create? When asked if her changed views on nuptials meant she never loved the "Home Alone" star, Kunis simply replied: "Honestly, who knows?Being a celeb, I suspect that you eventually get used to paparazzi and fans being all up in your face 24/7.