Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore are guests for the hour on "Piers Morgan Tonight" in their first sit-down ever as a couple. They talk in great detail about their DNA Foundation and “Real Men Don't Buy Girls” campaign against sex trafficking. But they also talked about their career and their marriage. "As marriage goes, I think most people set getting married as the goal, as opposed to being married, which is a different thing," Kutcher told Piers Morgan, saying it's important to "[work] on it when it's good."
They also discussed how their "Real Men Don't Buy Girls" campaign helps their marriage.
"We know that what the main goal is, the big goal is, is to transform the quality of life for people," said Kutcher. Moore added: "And in doing so it does that for us."
Piers asked if Kutcher is romantic and Moore said ye: "I have post-it notes placed in various locations all with messages of encouragement or love or just thought. Some have been there seven years."
See the full interview at 9pmET/PT tonight – and stay tuned for another clip from the show, where the couple discuss their emotional campaign against sex trafficking.