Milla Jovovich, 44, does not forget her Russian roots – an American star can easily read a fairy tale in Russian to children. Internet users were convinced of this thanks to the “Tales at Home” project, invented by musician and producer Vasily Zorky. Milla became interested in the offer to participate and, inspired by the example of Russian stars, read the tale “Fly-Tsokotuha” by Kornei Chukovsky on Instagram.
The Tales at Home project is aimed at children in forced isolation. In the evening, invited stars read the works of children’s writers on Instagram. Zorky’s initiative was supported by Maxim Vitorgan, Victoria Isakova, Elizaveta Boyarskaya, Victoria Tolstoganova and other stars. Jovovich also joined the list of readers, having read one of his favorite children’s books by heart. In the commentary to the video, she promised to record several other works in Russian.
I also know (“Fly-Tsokotuhu.” – Approx. Ed.) By heart and really love, “wrote Natalia Vodianova in a comment.
Very handsome and with an expression, a solid five ”, another follower enjoyed reading Milla.
Milla Jovovich with her youngest daughter Oshin
Milla’s ancestors on the mother’s side, actress Galina Loginova, are from Tula. Presumably the children’s books on the shelves of the house of Jovovich and her husband Paul Anderson are well established. The couple raise three daughters: Eva, 12, Dashill, 5, and Oshin, 3 months.
Milla Jovovich and Paul Anderson with their daughters
Milla Jovovich’s Instagram video
Based on materials: www.spletnik.ru