Milla Jovovich Gives Birth to Dashiel, Her Second Daughter With Paul W.S. Anderson

The Resident Evil star and husband Paul S.W. Anderson are also parents to 7-year-old daughter Ever Gabo Anderson

By Corinne Heller Apr 01, 2015 2:56 PMTags
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Congrats to Milla Jovovich and husband Paul W.S. Anderson!

The Ukrainian-born Resident Evil star and supermodel and the director, producer and writer of the hit sci-fi film series have welcomed their second child—and second daugther. Jovovich, 39, and her British hubby, 49, also share a 7-year-old daughter, Ever Gabo Anderson.

"Milla delivered her daughter Dashiel at 5:45 this morning," her rep tells E! News exclusively. "Everyone is thrilled and beyond happy!"

The rep adds, "Milla is in cuddle mode with her new daughter!"

Jovovich, who passed her due date, had often discussed her pregnancy on Facebook and also shared a food diary, along with photos of healthy dishes.

She had said on Jan. 31 that she weighed 175 pounds, adding that she had "reached the healthy limit of how much I should weigh while pregnant." The actress is scheduled to film two movies, including the sixth and final Resident Evil film, in several months.

"Well, I am less than 6 weeks away from having a baby!!!" she wrote on Feb. 20. "Our doc said this little one is growing so fast that our due date could be moving up by as much as a week! We are so excited, especially me because this little girl is getting to be so big, it's becoming more and more difficult to function normally! lol!"

"I have to go back to work in June on one film and then in August we start filming Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, so I've been trying to really lead the healthiest lifestyle possible (with out torturing myself!) to make sure I stay in the best (pregnancy) shape I can," she added. "The part that makes this so much easier to achieve is that the healthier my body is, the healthier my baby will be, so it's win/win for everyone!"

—Reporting by Ruth O'Neill