Actress Kirsten Dunst and her longtime boyfriend Jesse Plemons have reportedly gotten married after six years together and two children. A source close to the couple told Page Six that the secret wedding took place in Jamaica over the Fourth of July weekend at the luxury GoldenEye resort in Ocho Rios.
A rep contacted by the publication said, “I can just confirm they got married. No other details will be given.”
The couple has been together since 2016, though they met on the set of FX’s Fargo in 2015, when they actually played a married couple. They got together after Dunst split up with her boyfriend at the time, Garrett Hedlund. They then got engaged in January of 2017. Their first child, a boy named Ennis, was born in 2018, and his brother James Roberts arrived in 2021.
The location for the wedding is well-known to celebrities, and was apparently the place where Sting wrote his hit “Every Breath You Take” and where Ian Fleming began his James Bond novels.
The wedding delay was due to both COVID-19 and having a second child, according to an interview Dunst had with the LA Times earlier this year. She also said they still called each other “husband and wife.”
“We have to get married at this point,” Dunst said. “It’s ridiculous. We just haven’t planned a wedding. I didn’t want to be pregnant, get married, have a party and not be able to have fun with everybody.”
Plemons has said of the first time he met Dunst, “I don’t often remember every detail about meeting someone…Immediately, without too many words being exchanged, I looked into her eyes and saw the beautiful, sweet, unguarded, welcoming human being that she is.”
Dunst said something similar to the New York Times in September 2020.
“My first impression was, ‘Oh, he’s like me,’” she explained. “We were two people who worked very similarly, and it felt like a soulmate.”
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