Kirsten Dunst Shares a Rare Update on Baby Number One


Kirsten Dunst Gives an Unusual Update on Baby No.

A colossal bundle of happiness.

During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live in November, Kirsten Dunst hilariously gushed over her growing baby boy, seven-month-old James Robert.

“We call him ‘Big Kahuna,'” the star of Power of the Dog joked.

“For a seven-month-old, he’s 22 pounds.”

Dunst’s second child with fiancé and Power of the Dog co-star Jesse Plemons is James Robert; the couple also has a son, Ennis Howard, who was born in 2018.

“All he wants to do is bounce, walk, be like his brother, and walk around,” Dunst said of James, the baby.

“All he wants to do is walk and run; he has no concept of crawling.”

“I’ve been sleep training a seven-month-old so I had a crying baby all night last night so I’m hanging on by a thread,” the Spider-Man alum continued.

He was doing so well until last night, when it all came crashing down.

In between shoving a pacifier into his mouth, I slept for a half-hour.”

Dunst, who has been nominated for an Academy Award for her performance as a widower in director Jane Campion’s Dog, also relived her love story with co-star Plemons, whom she met on the set of the TV series Fargo in 2015.

Plemons, Dunst joked, is “my favorite actor.”

“I’ve had children with him, so he’s someone I really, really like.”

“We kind of fell in love creatively first, then as actors,” she continued.

We met up after [Fargo]…I just knew he was amazing and that we were going to collaborate.

For the first time, I watched the entire season of Friday Night Lights.

There wasn’t much to do in Calgary because it was cold, so I went on a Jesse Plemons binge.

But I’m curious because I haven’t seen [Breaking Bad].

He isn’t interested in watching that with me.”

So when are Dunst and Plemons getting married?

Dunst revealed, “I just kept getting pregnant and I kind of want to enjoy my wedding.”

“All I want is to drink and have a good time.”

We’ll get it done right away.”

Dunst previously revealed to The New York Times that she and Plemons decided to start a family while filming Dog in New Zealand during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“In the beginning, we’d go to the grocery store and take off our clothes and wipe down,” Dunst recalled of the…

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