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Kirsten Dunst Wants A Farm, Lots Of Animals

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Kirsten Dunst may be a famous movie star with loads of cash in the bank, but the cost of “making it” has given her a few regrets — something she’s not eager to pass on to her future children. “I have had to grow up very fast in the adult world of acting,” the Daily Telegraph quoted her as saying. “I already know that if I have a child, I will never put them through this,” she said.

Much like many other celebrities that have taken to the farm life — like Elizabeth Hurley, Hayden Christensen, Daryl Hannah, Vera Farmiga, and Nicole Kidman — Dunst is eager to follow suit. “I can’t wait to have kids one day. I want to have kids and a farm with lots of animals, and a lake,” she said.

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