The original "Two and a Half Men" star, who costarred alongside Kutcher on the CBS comedy after Charlie Sheen's departure, got a bit nostalgic on Twitter about the tech entrepreneur and their characters' same-sex nuptials during the sitcom.
"Less than a year ago @aplusk and I were married on national TV. Well, (sniff) maybe Mila will succeed where I (sniff, sniff)…failed," wrote the Emmy winner.
"And yes, I was there. But I did not make a scene. We were all very mature about it," he added. How Alan of him!
Incidentally, the "Family Guy" voice actress guest starred on "Two and a Half Men" in 2014 and let the inside jokes fly with Kutcher, her costar on "That '70s Show" from 1998 to 2006.
Reports about the A-listers' marriage surfaced Sunday night, with neither camp confirming the nuptials. However, several reports out Monday indicated that they tied the knot at sunset at the Secret Garden at Parrish Ranch in Oak Glen, in San Bernardino County. Family and friends are said to have followed signs that read "Camp Kuku," and the reception reportedly went late into the evening on the Fourth of July.
Cryer's announcement Tuesday was the biggest confirmation that the event did indeed take place.
Kutcher, 37, and Kunis, 31, were first romantically linked in April 2012, several months after actress Demi Moore announced her split from the "Dude, Where's My Car?" actor. He popped the question to Kunis around February 2014 and she gave birth to their daughter, Wyatt Isabelle, last fall.
Follow me on Twitter @NardineSaad.