Good genes all around!
Kirsten Dunst received her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame this week, and she had a lovely entourage cheering her on, including one little blonde guy the public had never seen before: 1-year-old Ennis Howard, her son with fiancé Jesse Plemons.
Also by Dunst's side were her parents, Klaus and Inez, as well as her brother, Christian. Her father held baby Ennis during the ceremony.
Plemons, who starred in "Breaking Bad" and "Friday Night Lights," gave a speech about his bride-to-be's talent: "You make it all look so unbelievably easy and I know from experience that that’s not at all easy to do."
Dunst's recognition on the Walk of Fame comes after an incredible 30 years working in Hollywood. Her breakout role came in 1994 with "Interview with a Vampire," for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe, and the following year she would star alongside Robin Williams in "Jumanji."
The years that followed would bring "The Virgin Suicides," her "Spider-Man" trilogy, "Marie Antoinette" and "Hidden Figures," among dozens of other films.
Despite her many accomplishments, Dunst 37, admitted earlier this month that she often feels overlooked by others in the industry: "I always feel like nobody — I don't know, maybe they just think I'm the girl from 'Bring It On,'" she told Larry Flick on his SiriusXM show.
But the Walk of Fame ceremony may have eased some of those anxieties.
“Kirsten Dunst is one of those talents that people never forget,” Hollywood Walk of Fame producer Ana Martinez said. “Her films show the strength of women and she is a great role model for women of all ages around the world.”