Kirsten Dunst Says It's Easier To Be a Working Mom Than a Stay-at-Home

Kirsten Dunst is psyched to be back at work. The star, who is doing the rounds promoting the upcoming Showtime series On Becoming a God in Central Florida, says it's "so much easier" to head back to work than be a stay-at-home mom.

"I'm just tired all the time," Dunst, 37, told reporters at the Television Critics Association Summer 2019 Press Tour, where she appeared along with costars Mel Rodriguez, Beth Ditto and Theodore Pellerin.

"Also doing the show too, it's so much easier to go back to work than it is to be a stay at home mom," Dunst added.

"I was like, ‘bye' to my mother-in-law who watches her son while she's at work! I was like, phew!" she said.

Dunst and fiancé Jesse Plemons welcomed their son Ennis Howard in May of 2018.

On Becoming a God In Central Florida premieres Aug. 25 at 10 p.m. ET on Showtime.