Celebrities and political figures have been voicing help for Ukraine since Russia invaded this week.
Now comes one other well-known face with a private connection to the besieged nation, actor Ashton Kutcher.
“I stand with Ukraine,” the star tweeted late Friday.
Kutcher’s spouse, actress Mila Kunis, was born in Ukraine when it was a part of the Soviet Union. Her household fled when she was a small little one and settled in Los Angeles.
“Ultimately, I adjusted fairly quickly and fairly well, but it must have been hard because I blocked out second grade completely,” the “Black Swan” star instructed the Los Angeles Times in October 2008.
Kunis additionally appeared on TV’s “That ’70s Show,” which made Kutcher a star.
Oscar-winner Sean Penn is in Ukraine filming a documentary. He tweeted his reward for Ukrainians, calling them “historic symbols of courage and principle.”
“Dancing with the Stars” alum Maksim Chmerkovskiy shared on his verified Instagram account Thursday a video of himself in his homeland.
“There’s ALWAYS another way! WAR is NEVER an answer!” Chmerkovskiy wrote from Kyiv.