Milla Jovovich, the actress famous for her lead role in the action-packed Resident Evil film series, is back in Cape Town and loving every minute!

She has returned to the city nearly three years after wrapping up filming for the final film in the series, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, in 2015.

This time, the actress has returned with her family and au pair, and were spotted at the V&A Waterfront last Friday.

 

 

Jovovich’s fans were excited to welcome her to the Mother City, and expressed their elation in the comments of her Instagram post.

“Welcome to my beautiful country! I have no doubt you will love everything about it!,” one fan commented.

“You are in my mother city!!! Whoop whoop! Enjoy your time here with the family, all Cape Town’s beautiful places and your game drive. You won’t be disappointed 🙂 Have fun!,” commented another.

The actress and her family later made their way to the beautiful Sanbona Wildlife Reserve in the Little Karroo.

 

 

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Head to head with a hippo skull during our stay @sanbonasafari in South Africa! Watch our safari adventure on my newest highlight titled “Sanbona Reserve”. Not surprisingly in such a remote location, the internet is touch and go, so my story posted a bit out of order, but it’s a small price to pay for the incredible sights I’ve recorded since we arrived! From a herd of giraffes, tracking a female cheetah, to seeing hippos, this is one of the most interesting experiences of my life so far! I’ve managed to post our first day yesterday and I’ll post today’s insane adventures tomorrow! That makes sense, right? 😂 Enjoy! #familysafari #growingkidsgrowingfood #sanbonawildlifereserve #capetowndiary

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Jovovich currently resides in Los Angeles, California and has traveled to Cape Town on many occasions.

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Lucinda Dordley

Lucinda is a hard news writer who occasionally dabbles in lifestyle writing, and recent journalism graduate. She is a proud intersectional feminist, and is passionate about actively creating a world which is free of discrimination and inequality.