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Mila considers converting

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MILA Kunis is thinking about converting to Kabbalah and was spotted taking part in a holiday service at the Kabbalah Centre in New York last month

Mila Kunis is thinking about converting to Kabbalah.

The 'Ted' actress was spotted accompanying her boyfriend Ashton Kutcher to Rosh Hashanah holiday services at the Kabbalah Centre in New York City last month.

A source told US Weekly magazine: "The men and women were separated (during the service), but Ashton always smiled at her. They were clapping and praying. She was taking it all in."

The couple were seen arriving at the centre holding hands on September 18.

Following the service, the 'Two and a Half Men' actor reportedly "ran to embrace her."

The 34-year-old actor began following the sect in 2003 with his now-estranged wife Demi Moore. The couple turned to a Kabbalah counselling centre in a bid to save their marriage after he cheated on her last year.

Ashton is said to be determined to make his new relationship with his 29-year-old former 'That 70s Show' co-star last.

The low-key couple - who started dating six months ago - are said to be getting serious and are even considering adopting a dog together.

An insider recently said: "Mila and Ashton have been touring shelters looking for an abandoned dog that needs a loving home.

"They have their hearts set on a big dog - either a golden retriever or a Labrador."

Topics:  ashton kutcher, mila kunis, religion




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