By Honey Gillard

KIRSTEN Dunst doesn’t want her future daughter to become an actress. 

The ‘Bring It On’ actress, who doesn’t currently have any children, said: “I’d never put any daughter of mine through acting because, while I loved acting and was happy working as a child, looking back, my happiness always came from pleasing other people – always.”

“It came from satisfying the director or my mother or my acting coach, not from pleasing myself.”

Kirsten has been acting since the tender age of three, shooting to fame at just 11-years-old when she starred in ‘Interview with the Vampire’.

The star, most recently starring in the third instalment of ‘Spider-Man’, has admitted that the pressure of being a child star took a major role in the development of the depression that she suffered last year.

The 24-year-old has also confessed that she previously felt a “lot of anger” towards her mother for pushing her into acting.

She said: “My mother told me that when I was born she just knew that I was destined to be an actress.”

“It’s not a natural way to grow up, and acting was never a dream for me. It was the only thing I knew – it was just my life.

“For a while there was a time when I had a lot of anger towards my mother because of what she did to me. Now I understand what kind of woman she is – she always had the best intentions.”

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Source: Fametastic

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