In an effort to save their marriage, Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore tried to rekindle the flame (literally) at a Kabbalah camping retreat in Santa Barbara, California, over the weekend.
According to RadarOnline, Kutcher, who has denied cheating numerous times, apologized for his behavior to his wife on Yom Kippur, the holy day of atonement for Jews.
Kutcher allegedly asked for the chance to make amends for cheating on Moore with 23-year-old Sara Leal on the morning of their sixth anniversary in September. The couple's Kabbalah instructor Yehuda Berg and Kutcher's friend Eric Buterbaugh accompanied them in the great outdoors.
The fireside chat in Santa Barbara, California, is the first time the duo have been seen together since news broke of Kutcher's hot tub party with several naked young women, which he denied as "hype."
Moore and Kutcher had wanted their meeting at Cachuma Lake on Sunday to remain a secret, but a fellow camper captured a photograph of the pair sitting around a campfire.
The actress was wearing and a burgundy and grey hooped sweater, and a Kabbalah red string bracelet on her left wrist, meant to bring good fortune and protect against an "evil eye."
Two days before their campfire heart-to-heart they attended a Kabbalah service in Los Angeles together. Though they sat on opposite sides of the aisle, Kutcher greeted his wife with a hug after the service, and they reportedly walked out with their arms round each other.
They have also been spotted wearing their wedding rings, but a source close to the pair insisted the relationship is dead.