Milla Jovovich (Serbian: Милица Јововић/Milica Jovović, Ukrainian: Мілла Йовович/Mіlla Jovovič; born Milica Nataša Jovović on
December 17, 1975) is an American supermodel, actress, musician, singer, and fashion designer. Jovovich has been described by
Paul W.S. Anderson, director of her film Resident Evil, as a "rare combination of a good actress who could kick ass and look
beautiful doing it." Music channel VH1 has referred to her as the "reigning queen of kick-butt".
Milla Jovovich is the latest mom to pose for the cover of
Cookie magazine. In the September issue, the
actress/model/designer shows off some stylish mommy
fashions with her 10-month-old daughter Ever Gabo in tow.
The "Resident Evil" star gave birth to Ever (her first child with
movie director/producer Paul W.S. Anderson) in November
2007 and apparently had no problem getting her model figure
back! You won't see any mom jeans on Milla, who also started
up her own clothing line in 2003, Jovovich-Hawk, with friend
and fellow model Carmen Hawk. The designs, said to be
inspired by strong women, with a feminine, vintage edge,
received critical praise and were carried in high-end stores
like Fred Segal. They even created a more affordable
collection for Target, but according to a recent interview with
Lucky magazine, Milla is putting the line to rest. "It's like, when
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Milla ate a healthy balanced diet to keep trim. But, she has revealed that she may
have undergone some harmful dieting methods to keep model thin. Milla admitted to
keeping trim with a diet of cigarettes and coffee.
Milla loves yoga. She also did a lot of Martial arts, and Brazilian jiu-jitsu for her role in
the Resident Evil Movies.
“I’m gaining weight, which is fun. ”My diet for most of the year has been for breakfast,
four eggs with bacon, toast and butter, if I was at home. Then if I was at a diner, I’d
have a Mexican omelette, a stack of pancakes and strawberry milkshake. ”I also
stuffed myself with cookies all morning, whatever was in the cupboard really, then I’d
have a box of Krispy Kreme doughnuts for dessert. I once ate two whole packs of
coffee cake in one sitting!”
Milla did prenatal yoga while she was pregnant. Here are some of her thoughts on her
prenatal yoga classes. “Besides sharing funny stories with other moms, it’s really
given me a chance to spend some quality time each day focusing on my growing body
and my daughter. It’s weird but when you get really busy sometimes, days go by and
you realize that you haven’t really spent much time just focusing on what’s going on
with you. So I needed to just create time for myself to just stop everything. Besides
the fact that my lower back is killing me and it feels so good to stretch and get my
blood flowing through all the sore bits! I highly recommend it for any mommies or
mommies-to-be who might be reading this!”
Milla on Her Body While She Was Pregnant
“I got so huge! It happened unbelievably fast. All I did was to eat three plain
croissants with butter for breakfast, a few doughnuts, jelly and cream. And here I’m
weighing nearly 200 pounds!”
Post Baby Diet
Milla enlisted the help of celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak. Harely even prepared all
of her meals for her. Apparently Milla’s pregnacy diet caused her to gain a lot of
weight. Her weight soared to 192 lbs. while she was pregnant with her daughter. Milla
only had five months to prepare for bikini scenes for her next film project after her
daughter’s birth. Harley’s Five Factor Program suggests eating three meals and two
snacks daily which include protein, complex carbs, fiber, fat and fluids. Harley credits
Milla’s incredible transformation mainly to ”bringing structure to her diet after eating
Post Baby Workout
Milla signed up for five-day-a-week workouts with Harley to drop her baby weight.
Harley recommends circuit training, focusing on “upper body, lower body, abs and
cardio.” Although harley says that crunches might have tightened Milla’s abs, the real
credit for getting her back to her 130 lb. pre-baby weight is her diet.
“During the day I force myself to at least eat some salads rather than rubbish, and a
steak in the evening. In fact, I eat to basically satisfy my hunger. I hardly have the time
to appreciate a meal, and I’m everything, but a gourmet.”