Ukrainian American model Milla Jovovich I shared a heartfelt post about the intensification of the conflict Ukraine..
Jovovich, 46, said he felt “ridiculous” and “split in two” by the destruction and movement of his family as Russian troops approached the country’s capital. Kiev..
In an Instagram post on Friday, the model and actor called on her followers to donate to various charities that help the Ukrainian people.
Her plea comes as violence continues in Ukraine Following the attack ordered by Russian President Vladimir PutinPeople were forced to evacuate to bomb shelters, and many crossed national borders to find security.
Jovovich was born in Ukraine to a Russian mother and a Siberian father. Shortly after her birth, Jovovich’s family moved to Moscow. RussiaShe spent most of her childhood.
She previously talked about her Russian heritage in several interviews Purple A magazine that “definitely” still feels Russian and her roots are very important to her.
In a note shared with her 3.9 million Instagram followers, Jovovich wrote:
“My country and people are being bombed. Hiding friends and family. My blood and my roots come from both Russia and Ukraine.
“I’m torn in two when I see the horror spread, the country destroyed, the families banished, and their lives lying on the burnt debris around them.”
The models in the Dior, Prada, Jimmy Choo and Balman campaigns also recalled the story of “trauma and horror” that the family experienced during the war in former Yugoslavia.
“War. Always war. Leaders who can’t bring peace. The endless Jaguar notes of imperialism. And always people pay with bloodshed and tears,” she said.
Jovovich has recently joined the long list of celebrities who have expressed their support and solidarity with the Ukrainian people.
Thursday, Late Late Show husband James Corden Dedicating his opening confession to Ukraine, he told viewers that he could not stop thinking about the Ukrainian people.
“I really don’t want to make a joke about the other trivial news articles I found today, because it shakes how horrifying all these are and the feeling that the Ukrainian people must be feeling today. “He said.
“I don’t understand what this is happening in 2022. The impact of this is monumental and we should not be under the illusion of how serious and sad the situation in Ukraine is. The idea is for everyone in Ukraine tonight. “