Kirsten Dunst just gave us another reason to love, love, love her engagement to fellow Fargo co-star Jesse Plemons — and spoiler alert, it's in the form of a very pretty diamond engagement ring.
Almost two weeks after rumors floated around that the Hollywood celebs had decided to get married, Dunst showed up to Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week sporting not only a gorgeous (and white!) lace dress, but an oval-cut ring on that finger as well. While some celebrities are in the habit of keeping their personal relationships out of the public eye — we're looking at you Mila and Ashton — Dunst was more than happy to show off her stunning ring fashioned in yellow gold to photographers and her seat neighbor, model Arizona Muse, who also happens to be engaged.
It's estimated that the 3-carat ring set Plemons back about $80,000, according to diamond expert Michael O'Connor. "Oval diamonds are getting a lot of play [as] of late with celebrities," he told Us Weekly. "Plus, the mounting is yellow gold, which is also an interesting trend."
So is yellow gold the new rose gold?! It may be too soon to tell, but the Bring It On actress is certainly keen on bringing back old trends to modern day times, as is seen in the delicate, white Christian Lacroix frock she's been spotted in (once again) at a Paris gathering she attended this weekend. The first time she sported the bridal gown was at a 2004 Vanity Fair Oscar's party, and natch she looked amaaaazing. This time around, she has definitely filled out the bodice with more cleavage, but the accessories have pretty much remained the same.
It's clear that Dunst is embracing the color white as she prepares for her own wedding day, which we selfishly hope is happening very, very soon. Sorry, not sorry.
Dunst was originally spotted with a diamond bauble on her left hand at January 2's Palm Springs Film Festival, rocking the ring on the red carpet. The Fargo couple reportedly first took their on-screen romance to real life back in May 2016, when they were seen getting their PDA on all around L.A. Guess all that practice playing a husband and wife paid off in both an engagement ring and an Emmy nod for Dunst. Not bad, not bad at all...