"Happiness is Universal!" Kutcher wrote on Instagram
On Tuesday, the That ‘70s Show actor shared a photo of himself on Instagram with his wife and former costar on vacation. In the snap, Kutcher, 45, and Kunis, 40, are smiling and wearing hats in front of the iconic theme park globe.
"Happiness is universal! Thank you @unistudios for the tickets!” Kutcher captioned the post.
When the Hollywood power couple aren't on vacation, they're gearing up for visitors at home. Earlier this month, the Jobs actor announced on Instagram alongside Kunis that they made their guest home available to rent in a partnership with Airbnb.
In the short video clip, Kutcher could be seen sitting next to his wife in front of their beach home in Santa Barbara County and telling her about his “really dumb idea.”
“It’s dumber than my mustache, I promise,” the actor said, to which she responded with a laugh, “I’m sure. What’s this idea?”
“I think we should have complete strangers come and stay with us at the beach. It’s so nice here,” he continued. Kunis asked in response, “Like, in real life?”
“Ok, so we’re doing it? Great!,” he said as she blurted out a shocked, “What!?”
Kutcher captioned the post with, “It’s not the craziest idea I’ve had…stay with us at our beach house and leave like we’re old buds!"
On his Instagram Story, Kutcher shared a link to the listing, which redirects visitors to an Airbnb landing page titled “Ashton & Mila’s Oceanfront Oasis.”
According to the listing — which is now closed — the home has one bed, one bathroom and two bedrooms, accommodating up to four guests for the one-night stay.
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The couple described the property as “a home away from home,” holding “beautiful views of the Santa Ynez mountains” with “no shortage of sights and plenty of activities to make for an unforgettable summer stay."
Though Kutcher has led a successful career in Hollywood, he told PEOPLE in February that his fame and accolades cannot compare to his family.
"For me, the No. 1 role I will ever play is to be a father," he gushed. "It's the most important role in my life."
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