Pregnant Milla Jovovich Reveals Sex of Baby No. 2—Find Out What She's Having!

Break out the pink? Or break out the blue? Read on to find out what the actress and hubby Paul W.S. Anderson are having

By Marc Malkin, Bruna Nessif Oct 30, 2014 3:28 AMTags
Milla Jovovich, amfAR Inspiration Gala Jason Kempin/Getty Images

Paul W. S. Anderson is one lucky guy because he is just surrounded by beautiful women—and there's one more on the way!

Pregnant actress Milla Jovovich broke the news to E! News tonight at the amFAR LA Inspiration Gala that she's expecting another baby girl. "We found out. We're having a girl," she excitedly tells us on the red carpet.

Mila, who looked gorgeous in a red Donna Karan gown, said their daughter Ever Gabo Anderson was hoping she was going to get a little sister. "I don't know what we would have done if the baby was a boy," she said.

Little Ever has also been telling her parents to refrain from buying any new clothes for the baby. And not because she's being jealous or anything. In fact, she's already willing to share!

"She keeps saying, 'Don't get her anything new. She can wear all my clothes,'" Jovovich says, and adds with a laugh, "She's so economical."

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Milla admitted she was a little nervous to walk the carpet with her baby bump, because it's been a while since she's done one of these things pregnant, but told us, "I'm super happy. I feel really good today."

And she looked really good, too!

Jovovich announced her second pregnancy on Facebook in August by telling fans that she will not be traveling to film the latest installment of Resident Evil just yet, and for good reason, of course.

"This was originally going to be a post to tell you how excited I am about flying to Cape Town, South Africa to begin working on Resident Evil: The Final Chapter," she wrote online. "But… My husband Paul and I just discovered that we are expecting another baby!!!"

After careful consideration, Milla and her director hubby decided to delay filming until their baby is born.