Sci-fi action star Milla Jovovich took a break from kicking butt this week to take in the sights in North Vancouver, sharing snaps from a family trip to Capilano Suspension Bridge Park.
In a post to her Instagram account @millajovovich, the 45-year-old Ukrainian-born American actress boasted about how wonderful her visit was to the popular B.C. tourist attraction, describing it as “so magical.” She stopped by the park with her husband, Paul Anderson, "Resident Evil director," and their daughters Ever and Dashiel.
“We had the most wonderful trip to the #capilanosuspensionbridge! It was so magical,” she wrote to her 3.7 million followers.
“The bridge stretches over a huge canyon with a river down below and has an amazing cliff walk as well."
It seems even the "reigning Queen of Kick-Butt" gets a little scared sometimes writing, "I won’t lie, I got butterflies on the cliff walk.”
She goes on to say the family then spent some time wandering through the forest that had the “most gorgeous trees and even sky bridges going from one tree to another.”
The family even had a very cute encounter with some local wildlife.
“I swear we didn’t feed the squirrel on purpose,” Jovovich wrote on Instagram.
“She literally jumped up on our table and started drinking maple syrup out of the cup!”
Jovovich also shared that her daughter Ever was tempted by the gift shop on the way out of the park.
“Of course to get to the exit they’ve stealthily made you have to walk through the gift shop where @everanderson bought some crystals, which she now carries everywhere,” Jovovich wrote.
“It’s no big deal, but she forgot she had one in her pocket during wire work training and couldn’t understand why her leg hurt so bad while all her body weight pressed against it 20 feet in the sky.”
The family is in Vancouver to support Ever's first lead actress role as Wendy in Disney's upcoming live-action Peter Pan and Wendy.
Ever is following in her mother Jovovich's acting footsteps. Jovovich is famous for her many roles in science-fiction and action films including The Fifth Element (1997), Ultraviolet (2006), and, of course, the Resident Evil (2002) franchise.
Her starring roles led the music channel VH1 to deem her the "reigning Queen of Kick-Butt" in 2006.
Her daughter Ever's Capilano journey can also be viewed on her tiktok everanderson. The Capilano Bridge photos have been liked more than 240,000 times so far.