Milla Jovovich and Her Mini-Me Daughter Ever Model New Haircuts in Stunning Selfies
Milla Jovovich is showing how her good looks run in the family!
The Fifth Element actress, 45, posed on Instagram on Friday alongside her mini-me daughter Ever, 13, in a duo of shots showing off their new haircuts.
An actress and singer who got her start in modeling (which she also still pursues), Jovovich wore her hair slightly shorter, but mom and daughter shared several similar traits, including their brunette manes and light eyes.
Ever is Jovovich's eldest child with her husband, Paul W.S. Anderson, the director of several of the action star's films, including 2002's franchise-spawning Resident Evil — where the couple first met.
The pair welcomed Ever in 2007, before tying the knot in 2009; they also share sons Dashiel, 6, and Osian, 1½.
While Jovovich continues to act — her last release was another collaboration with her director husband for last year's Monster Hunter — her daughter has taken up the craft as well, already with a number of credits under her belt.
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Ever played the young Natasha Romanoff in this year's Marvel Cinematic Universe film Black Widow, and also appeared as a young version of her mother in 2016's Resident Evil: The Final Chapter.
Next up, the young actress will play Wendy Darling in Disney's live-action adaptation of Peter Pan, titled Peter Pan & Wendy.
Though Jovovich is a proud mom — calling Ever "an incredible talent" following her performance in Black Widow — she told Entertainment Tonight in December 2020 that she initially had some reservations when her daughter first showed an interest in show business.
"On the one hand, I'm terrified because I know how difficult this industry is," she explained. "And on the other hand, I'm overjoyed because I feel like my child has found their passion, and she has been very focused on it since she was 5 years old."