Surprise! Kirsten Dunst is pregnant with second child, debuts baby bump in glam magazine cover

Kirsten Dunst is ready to “Bring it On” again with baby number two.

The actress and her husband, actor Jesse Plemons, are expecting again, Dunst revealed in a cover shoot for the directors issue of W Magazine. Thepregnant “Spider-Man” actress posed along with Elle Fanning and Rashida Jonesin an editorial that was shot by actress Sofia Coppola. 

“Every shot was on the floor,” Dunst said in the cover story. “I was like, ‘I can’t get up.’ I felt like Urkel.”

In the cover shot, Dunst shows off her growing bump a Rodarte gown, crafted by her friends Kate and Laura Mulleavy, in a call back to her pregnancy announcement in 2018.

Two years ago, Dunst showed off her growing baby bump as part of Rodarte’s portrait series for the fashion house’s fall/winter 2018 line. 

The pregnant star is also seen in the new W issue wearing a long pink sparkly Armani Privé gown and a lilac-colored Valentino dress. 

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In 2017, the actress called it “time to have babies and chill” in her July cover story for Marie Claire UK. 

“I wasn’t one of those ‘I need a baby!’ people until my goddaughter was born,” Dunst told the magazine. “I love her so much. That love is just like… you can’t experience that unless you have a kid.”

Jesse Plemons, left, and Kirsten Dunst (Photo: Dan MacMedan, USA TODAY)

Dunst and Plemons welcomed son Ennis Howard Plemons, 2, in July 2018. 

The couple met and worked together on Season 2 of FX’s “Fargo” playing spouses. The two announced their engagement in 2017 during Paris Fashion Week at the Ralph & Russo Haute Couture show. 

Dunst most recently played Krystal Stubbs in Showtime’s “On Becoming a God in Central Florida,” which landed her a 2020 Golden Globe nomination for best actress. In the series, she played a minimum-wage water-park employee whose hapless husband (Alexander Skarsgard) dumps all their life savings into a cultish pyramid scheme. The second season of the show was canceled after the coronavirus pandemic. 

Contributing: Patrick Ryan

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