Milla Jovovich is a mama for a second time.
People magazine confirmed the birth of Milla Jovovich's second daughter Wednesday with her husband, 50-year-old director and producer Paul W.S. Anderson.
“Milla, her husband Paul and big sister Ever are overjoyed to welcome Dashiel Edan into their family and are all spending some quality bonding time together,” the rep told the magazine, adding that the baby was born early Wednesday morning. “Both mama and baby are doing great.”
Jovovich couldn't wait to announce the news herself.
"We are so proud to announce the birth of Dashiel Edan Jovovich-Anderson to the world today,” Jovovich postedon Instagram. “She is 7 lbs., 10 oz. and 20 inches long. We love you Dash!”
Little Dashiel Edan joins big sister Ever Gabo, seven, who picked out her new baby sister's name, in the Jovovich-Anderson household.
— JustJared.com (@JustJared) April 1, 2015
The 39-year-old actress announced her pregnancy in August and said in October that little Ever was more than ready to welcome her sibling.
“We’re actually having a girl, so she’s so excited,” said Jovovich.
In January, Jovovich told Page Six that she had gained 30 pounds with ten weeks left in her pregnancy, but was taking precautions to avoid gaining more weight, which “is not healthy for me OR my newborn.”