Pregnant Kirsten Dunst flaunts her growing baby bump in a daring mini dress during a walk
Several people agree that women look even more beautiful when they are pregnant. That’s the case of Kirsten Dunst.
She was photographed on March 28, 2018, wearing a patterned mini dress she chose to have dinner with a friend in Studio City, Los Angeles. Her baby bump was clearly visible and it suits her just perfectly.
According to Daily Mail, Dunst, 35, announced that she was pregnant in a Rodarte ad campaign released in late January. It will be the first child she and her fiancée, Jesse Plemons, will welcome.
Along with the dress, Dunst put on sunglasses, summer sandals, and a mini cross-body handbag. Under the skirt of her number, she was wearing pink shorts that gave her outfit a bit of color.
The final accessory was, of course, her engagement ring. She and Plemons, 29, met on the set of Fargo in 2015. Soon after that, they started dating and, in 2017, they announced they were engaged.
Even though they are happily living together expecting their first baby, Kirsten revealed last June that the couple wasn’t planning to get married anytime soon.
She confessed to being quite relaxed with those things and that she knew she would get married at some point. Kirsten has been very busy filming movies and TV series.
One of the most recent TV shows she worked at was Fargo, where she portrayed Peggy Blumquist. In it, she won a Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Actress in a Movie/Miniseries.
Despite the fact that she has never been considered an A-List actress, she has worked in several projects earning awards and nominations for her outstanding performances.
The first major nomination she got was for a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture which came in 1994, after she portrayed Claudia on Interview with the Vampire.
From that point on, she kept receiving awards and nomination, such as the Cannes Film Festival Award for Best Actress for Melancholia and the Satellite Award for Best Cast – Motion Picture for Hidden Figures.