Milla Jovovich congratulated all their fans on the Victory Day.
The Hollywood star is proud of his Russian origin, his ancestors, who passed the Great Patriotic war.
In instagram she posted pictures of their loved ones and their military decorations.
“I Want to congratulate everyone on this great holiday, Victory Day! 8 and 9 may, respectively, mark the end of world war II for the allies and the Russian army. In my family there were a lot of fighters and soldiers who fought in the war. This is a picture of my grandmother Tatiana Popova, who received a nurse on the front lines, when she was only 16 years old.”
Grandma Milla ended the war in Berlin. Her husband, Alexander Loginov, also went through the war.
And the other grandfather star, Bogdan Jovovic was in the Yugoslav partisan.
“You can say that I come from a long line of fighters, soldiers and revolutionaries, and I am very proud of their heritage and the amazing people that I come from. When things go wrong, I think about what held my grandmother when she was a child, and nothing more seems so complicated,” admits Jovovich.
As previously wrote “the Rambler”, the actress and model Milla Jovovich and her husband, Director Paul Anderson grow up three daughters.