Actor Macaulay Culkin, known for his famous role in the series “Home Alone”, decided to begin the new year … alone. This is how he spent the holidays after ending his relationship of eight years with actress Mila Kunis.
The 30-year-old actor who became extremely popular after staring
in the movie series “Home Alone” has been dating Mila Kunis, 27,
from 2002, but they officially split after being together eight
years. The two have reportedly been separated for some time, but
they wanted to keep their split quiet while Kunis was promoting
“Black Swan”. Her role in Darren Aronofsky's "Black Swan" led to
her nomination for a Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild
After being one of the most beautiful couples at Hollywood,
Macaulay Culkin and Mila Kunis decided to end their eight-year
relationship far away from the eyes of the press, making everything
with maximum discretion.
The split has been confirmed by Mila Kunis' rep who said that “The split was amicable, and they remain close friends. The couple split some time ago but has kept it low-key while Kunis promotes the movie.”
Mila Kunis and Macaulay Culkin started dating in may 2002 and in 2006 there were rumors that the two lovers got engaged. However, Kunis denied these rumors in an interview with Parade magazine. “We're incredibly private, and I think we relish the privacy we do actually have and are able to sustain it,” she told Parade magazine at the time.
Speaking about their relationship and about Culkin, she said that “We enjoy each other's company. We like to read books or play video games or watch TV or go to the movies. And he's an amazing cook. He makes dinner every night.” She added that Culkin was one of the most amazing, simplest and the most brilliant persons she had ever come across in her life.
Macaulay Culkin married actress Rachel Miner when he was 18 years old, but their marriage only lasted for two years (1998-2000). During the past years the actor took just a few acting projects, but he managed to get a successful recurring role as Andrew Cross on NBC's short-lived drama 'Kings.
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