They’ve played husband and wife in numerous productions — including the Oscar-winning Power of the Dog — but now Kirsten Dunst and Jesse Plemons have finally tied the knot in real life.

The couple, who got engaged in 2017, have been together for six years and have two sons, aged four and one.

Plemons and Dunst in The Power of the Dog. Photo: Kirsty Griffin/Cross City Films Ltd/Netflix

They got married in Jamaica at the luxury GoldenEye resort in Ocho Rios, according to US entertainment website Page Six.

James Bond author Ian Fleming wrote all of his 007 books at the resort, which is full of private beaches and secluded white-sand coves.

A representative for 40-year-old Dunst confirmed that they had married, but declined to provide further details.

The pair first met in 2015 when they starred opposite each other in the critically acclaimed second series of Fargo, playing a married couple.

They later appeared in the Netflix film Windfall, Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror episode Callister, and an episode of Drunken History in which Dunst played Agatha Christie.

Spider-Man star Dunst previously told the LA Times that they were already “calling each other husband and wife” and said her second pregnancy put the wedding festivities on hold.

She also once told The New York Times that when she first met Plemons, 34, she knew “he was going to be in my life forever.”

Speaking of Dunst, Plemons previously told US celebrity news magazine People: “I don’t want to do another project without [Kristen]. It’s just the best.”

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Dunst will next star in Alex Garland’s action epic Civil War, while Plemons will appear alongside Leonardo DiCaprio in Martin Scorsese’s crime thriller The Killers of Flower Moon, as well as the crime miniseries Love and Death with Elizabeth Olsen.

Sky News has contacted representatives for Dunst and Plemons for comment.

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