October 01, 2011 01:37:15 GMT
Spotted together for the first time since rumors of them splitting broke out, the Hollywood couple still wear their wedding rings when attending services in Los Angeles.
Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore have been spotted together for the first time since rumors of them spitting dominated the headlines. On Friday, September 30, the "Two and a Half Men" star and his actress wife spent their morning attending services for Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, at the Kabbalah Center in Los Angeles.
The Hollywood couple reportedly arrived at the center separately, but were seen leaving together. Donning a chocolate blazer, a pink checked shirt, a tie and a pair of beige trousers, Ashton dashed to his parked Lexus and drove to a side exit where Demi came out of and quickly jumped into the car. The two are still seen wearing their wedding rings.
"Demi and Ashton were really dressed up for today's service," reported an X17 Online photographer. The photog further noted that Demi "clearly did not want to be photographed," before adding, "Ashton really looked worried. He wasn't really in a good mood - his M.O. was definitely to get into the Center and get out without being seen."
Earlier, a source has told Entertainment Tonight that the couple have been living apart for around two months. Still, it was said that they are still trying to save their marriage. "[Demi] and Ashton had been receiving counseling from Kabbalah over the summer to try to fix their marriage," so claimed the source.
Rumors that Ashton and Demi are heading to splitsville surfaced after Ashton was accused of cheating on the day the couple supposedly celebrated their six wedding anniversary separately. The speculation grew larger after Demi tweeted a somber photo of herself with a caption, "I see through you," on September 26.
Since then, the "No Strings Attached" actor has seemingly addressed the rumors with a tweet of a link to his Spotify account where he played Public Enemy's song "Don't Believe the Hype". He also posted another cryptic message that read, "When you ASSUME to know that which you know nothing of you make an A** out of U and ME."