“It"s hard. I definitely imagined I"d slow down once I had the baby but then everything just kind of sped up," the Sydney Morning Herald quoted her as saying.
“My husband and I just had our anniversary and I wrote him this long letter. I told him it"s crazy how it feels like life is so rushed and so hurried. Everything is 'Gotta do it, gotta do it" and our beautiful baby is growing so fast. It"s three years later. What happened? Where did our lives go? It"s work and baby, work and baby," she stated.
Jovovich"s husband is director and screenwriter Paul W. S. Anderson, and the two have been working on projects such as the popular action-horror-sci-fi Resident Evil film franchise. The fourth in the series, 'Resident Evil: Afterlife", is set to appear in Australian cinemas this week.
Sydney (ANI): 'Resident Evil" star Milla Jovovich has revealed that her life has been pretty hectic despite her thinking that she would take a break from her career after the birth of her daughter. Jovovich, 34, a Ukrainian-born former supermodel turned actor, revealed that things did not work out as planned after she gave birth to daughter, Ever, almost three-years ago.