Kirsten Dunst Doesn’t Allow Her Kids to Have Electronics: ‘Not a “Siri, Play Whatever” Household’

The actress shares her two sons, Ennis and James, with husband Jesse Plemons

<p>Karwai Tang/WireImage</p> Kirsten Dunst at the

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Kirsten Dunst at the 'Civil War' screening in London on March 26, 2024

Kirsten Dunst is keeping her kids off the Internet while they're at home.

In an interview with Variety, the Civil War actress, 41, shared that she and husband Jesse Plemons, 36, chose to keep their two sons — Ennis, 5, and James, 2 — off screens when they're at home. "We've got record players," Dunst tells the outlet.

"We're just not a 'Siri, play whatever' household. Our kids don't have iPads either. If they want to use an iPad on the plane, it's Dad's iPad," the mom of two continues. "And we're not phone-at-restaurant kind of people."

"I'm not raising a kid that can't have conversations at the table," Dunst added.

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Related: Kirsten Dunst Shares Rare Photo of Son James, 2, Holding Spider-Man Umbrella: ‘Has No Clue His Mom Was MJ’

In September, the actress shared a rare photo of her son James on Instagram as he hid beneath a Spider-Man umbrella. Captioning the post, “Has No Clue His Mom Was MJ,” the mom of two referenced her role as Spider-Man’s love interest in the original film series.

Dunst also gave a shout-out to her husband Jesse Plemons, the photographer responsible for capturing this adorable photo.

In August 2019, Dunst brought her then-15-month-old son Ennis to the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his first official public outing.

The then-toddler was dressed casually for the outing, looking adorable in a blue ensemble that included a button-up shirt and Los Angeles Dodgers baseball cap, complete with tiny trousers and white sneakers.

Although she is mostly private when it comes to her two boys, Dunst opened up about whether or not she'd let her boys take up acting while at the New York Film Festival premiere of The Power of the Dog.

"Listen, if they want to be actors, I'll support my children whatever they want to do," she said, laughing.

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