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Kirsten Dunst splits from boyfriend Garrett Hedlund - report

Published 13/04/2016

Garrett Hedlund and Kirsten Dunst
Garrett Hedlund and Kirsten Dunst

Rumours suggest Kirsten Dunst may be a single woman again.

Kirsten Dunst and Garrett Hedlund have reportedly split after four years together.

Multiple sources tell Us Weekly the couple has called it quits.

The actress and fellow movie star Hedlund met on the set of the film adaptation for Jack Kerouac's On the Road in 2011, and in an interview published just last month (Mar16), Dunst spoke of how strong their relationship was.

"I feel like we're good at doing our own thing but also at coming together," she told Britain's InStyle magazine of her partnership with Hedlund. "In other relationships... Just we were too enmeshed. We had to do everything together.

"I see reflected in him (Hedlund) what I see in myself a sensitivity and someone who's family-oriented. Look. All I can say is it's my longest relationship, so it's working, right?"

In the feature, Dunst even suggested she might be walking down the aisle with Hedlund soon.

"I am someone who wants to get married... If it happens in my mid-to-late 30s, it's going to be intimate," she smiled. "Courthouse, dinner party and DJ with friends and family. I'll treat it like it would be my fortieth birthday."

Anyone interested in dating newly-single Dunst, who previously romanced Jake Gyllenhaal and rocker Johnny Borrell, should brush up on their manners.

"I appreciate old-fashioned manners," she told Net-A-Porter's The Edit. "I want a guy to pay for dinner and open the door for me. I love the masculine."

Representatives for Dunst and Pan star Hedlund have yet to comment on the break-up news.

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