It seems as though life REALLY does imitate art because living legend Kirsten Dunst and rumored boyfriend Jesse Plemmons are making all our #MidwestFantasies come true: they got engaged over the Golden Globe weekend! The pair have been spotted together off and on following the massive success of the groundbreaking second season of Fargo where the pair played the Minnesotan version of Bonnie and Clyde, Peggy and Ed Blumquist.
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And on January 2, the blonde star was flashing what appeared to be a diamond engagement ring on her wedding finger while walking the carpet at the 28th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Film awards gala.
The ring appeared to be at least two carats and set in white gold.
The couple were first spotted kissing in May as they enjoyed a day out in Studio City, California just a month after Kirsten split from her On The Road co-star Garrett Hedlund after four years of dating.
Kirsten previously discussed her ideal wedding and her dream of starting a family.
The rock: The ring appeared to be at least two carats and set in white gold.
She said: ‘I am someone who wants to get married. If it happens in my mid-to-late 30s, it’s going to be intimate.
‘Court house, dinner party and DJ with friends and family. I’ll treat it like it would be my 40th birthday.’
Asked if she wants children, she added: ‘Two for sure.’
When Kirsten split from Garrett it was a big shock for her fans as she previously revealed her relationship with the actor was much healthier than her previous romances as they were equally comfortable when they spent time together or apart.
She shared at the time: ‘I feel like we’re good at doing our own thing but also at coming together. In other relationships … just we were too enmeshed. We had to do everything together … I see reflected in him what I see in myself – a sensitivity and someone who’s family-oriented.’
Kirsten shot to fame as a child thanks to her star turn in the film Interview With A Vampire for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe.
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