Model mom Milla Jovovich and her daughter Ever were seen arriving at Los Angeles International Airport on Tuesday (July 10). The adorable 4-year-old took a ride on mom’s carry-on luggage while the pretty pair made their way through the busy terminal.
Milla recently opened up to In The Gloss about being a child star. “I started acting classes when I was nine, started auditioning and got my first film at eleven, but the modeling career kind of took off before anyone had seen The Night Train to Kathmandu on the Disney Channel,” she said.
The 36-year-old Russian beauty added: “It was my first movie and it was a disaster; it’s painful to watch. I was a horrible actress when I was a kid, as most kids are. For my mom, education was the most important thing. She said, ‘You know, the modeling stuff is all well and good and a pretty face will get you through the door, but what are you going to do when you get there? What’s gonna happen when you open your mouth?’ Also, when you work with these photographers, when you go into a career like modeling, you can’t just go in empty-handed or empty-headed.”
Milla’s latest flick, Resident Evil: Retribution, is set to hit theaters September 14. The science-fiction action horror film was written and directed by her husband, Paul W. S. Anderson.