Moore and Kutcher meet to discuss 'future journey together'

Moore and Kutcher meet to discuss 'future journey together'

Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher have reportedly met up to discuss the future of their relationship.

The estranged couple - who split last year following claims Ashton cheated on Demi - have seen each other at least twice in the past month to talk about what is going to happen in the future.

According to RadarOnline.com, the pair were together last week for the birthday party of the man who officiated at their wedding, Rabbi Yehuda Berg.

A source said: "They have met up to discuss where to go next. Whether it be to divorce, or if there is a journey to travel together … they both feel it's important to have spiritual guidance to accomplish it.

"I know they met up with Rabbi around the time of the Gemini New Moon last Monday, it signifies a time of new beginnings, especially when it comes to communication, so they met again before the party, at least once, maybe twice."

However, the 'Ghost' actress and the 'Two and a Half Men' actor are still unclear about what to do.

The source added: "The idea was to discuss, where do they go from here. They're by no means getting back together but equally no decision has been made to end things for good so everything is to play at this stage."

Demi, 49, and 34-year-old Ashton married in September 2005.

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