If you couldn’t tell that Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are getting closer than ever, now you can. The actress recently paid her respects to the Kabbalah Chief Rabbi Philip Berg, who passed away at the age of 86 on Monday.
The religious leader was the founder of the Kabbalah Center in Los Angeles, attended by Mila’s boyfriend Ashton and Ashton’s ex-wife Demi Moore. The center has several other celebrity followers, most famously being Madonna and Britney Spears.
The funeral took place in Israel, in the ancient northern city of Safed.
The couple wore white, which in the religion is a symbol of positive energy.
“The Rav has left us with incredible knowledge through thousands of hours of teaching,” a statement from the Kabbalah Center’s website says, along with, “examples of courage that we will never forget, and the comfort of a Kabbalah Center that we can all call home.”
Mila and Ashton comforted one another during the emotional service and they remembered the rabbi. This isn't the first time Mila has supported Ashton in his faith—she's been seen attending services with Ashton for the past year—though she hasn't officially converted to the religion.