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Milla Jovovich debuts daughter

Published 02/04/2015

Dashiel Edan Jovovich-Anderson
Dashiel Edan Jovovich-Anderson

Milla Jovovich has named her baby daughter Dashiel.

The Resident Evil actress and her husband Paul W. S. Anderson welcomed a second daughter yesterday morning, which her rep confirmed to E! News.

Now the 39-year-old has taken to Twitter and Instagram to share their joy at expanding their little brood.

"We are so proud to announce the birth of our second child today! She's such a sweetie! Check out her picture," she tweeted, adding a link to the snap on Instagram, with this post reading: "We are so proud to announce the birth of our second daughter Ms. Dashiel Edan Jovovich-Anderson today!!! She is 7lbs. 10 oz. and 20 inches long! We love you Dash!#ladiary (sic)"

Milla and Paul already have seven-year-old Ever together. And with another little one to look after, it's likely they'll be extra protective from now on.

Milla previously revealed that she'll be strict when it comes to dating in her household.

"One of my French friends has a son, he's only just ten, but he's already had his first proper kiss," she marvelled to German TV channel TELE 5.

"I think in Europe it's all a bit different. I would kill my daughter if she had a boyfriend at the age of ten - especially if they were kissing with tongues!"

However, she also admitted that she was fairly young when she reached the milestone. Milla was only 12 at the time and hid it from her parents, reasoning it's still "better than ten".

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