“Resident Evil” actress Milla Jovovich took a kicking break this week to take in the sights of North Vancouver with her family.
In a post on her Instagram account @millajovovich, the 45-year-old Ukrainian-born American actress bragged about the beauty of her visit to the popular tourist attraction in British Columbia, describing it as “so magical” . She stopped by the park with her husband, Paul Anderson, “Director of Resident Evil,” and their daughters Ever and Dashiel.
“We had the best trip to the #capilanosuspensionbridge! It was so magical, ”she wrote to her 3.7 million followers.
“The bridge spans a huge canyon with a river below and also offers an incredible cliff walk.”
It seems that even the ‘reigning kicking queen’ got a little scared sometimes when she wrote, ‘I won’t lie, I have butterflies on the cliff. “
She goes on to say that the family then spent time wandering through the forest which contained “the most magnificent trees and even sky bridges going from tree to tree.”
The family even had a very cute encounter with the local wildlife.
“I swear we didn’t feed the squirrel on purpose,” Jovovich wrote on Instagram.
“She literally jumped onto our table and started drinking maple syrup from the mug!”
Jovovich also shared that his daughter Ever was tempted by the gift shop outside the park.
“Of course, to get to the exit they sneaked out, you have to walk through the gift shop where @everanderson bought crystals, which she now carries everywhere,” Jovovich wrote.
“It’s okay, but she forgot she had one in her pocket during yarn work training and couldn’t understand why her leg was hurting so much when all of her weight was pressed against her. 20 feet in the sky.
The family are in Vancouver to support Ever’s leading lead actress role as Wendy in Disney’s upcoming live-action Peter Pan et Wendy.
Ever follows in his mother Jovovich’s footsteps. Jovovich is famous for his many roles in science fiction and action films, including The fifth Element (1997), Ultraviolet (2006) and, of course, the Resident Evil (2002) franchise.
Her main roles led the music channel VH1 to consider her as the “reigning queen of the kick” in 2006.
Her daughter Ever’s Capilano journey can also be viewed on her tiktok everanderson. The photos of the Capilano Bridge have been liked over 240,000 times so far.