'Resident Evil' actress Milla Jovovich wants to go travelling with her four-year-old daughter Ever Garbo when she is older.
Milla Jovovich wants to go travelling with her daughter.
The Ukrainian-born actress thinks it is important for her four-year-old daughter Ever Garbo - her child with her husband, director Paul W.S. Anderson - to experience different cultures and ways of life and has already started to plan where she wants to go with her little girl.
She said: "I definitely want to take her to Mongolia and Nepal and all these incredible countries that are so different from where she lives and the normal places she sees. It's very important for me when she gets older that she connects with a different way of life."
Although she is planning a globe-trotting trip, 35-year-old Milla wants Ever to have a settled life and is planning to put her daughter's needs above her career so she can start school in a stable environment.
The 'Resident Evil' star said: "Now that my daughter is getting older, I need to prioritise as she needs to settle down.
"I imagine for the beginning of the next year, my daughter and I will be at home.
"I will take her to school, let her acclimatise to being home and having a normal life and seeing her friends. Being a mother is the most important thing so I want to focus on that."