Actress Milla Jovovich, known for her role as Alice in the Resident Evil film series, celebrated the New Year and urged her fans to support small businesses facing economic problems amid the coronavirus pandemic.
On Thursday, Milla Jovovich took to Instagram to share pictures of herself and her daughter, Ever Gabo, who was wearing the handmade masks. Like all other families, they welcomed the new year at their home.
In the caption area of her pot, the 45-year-old actress urged fans to support a business called ‘mizy.me’ that produces luxury artwork and accessories for girls.
She tagged the page and told her fans and followers to check the products of this business. Milla also hinted that those who bought products will never regret it by sharing some of their favorite products.
She concluded her words by saying that she believes that the year 2021 will go well and that the vaccine will work and the whole world will get rid of the coronavirus.
Here’s what she wrote:
“Death to 2020! Hang it by it’s balls from a telephone pole! Or in other words… HAPPY NEW YEAR! Also, in this horrific time, let’s support small businesses! And my friend @mizy.me is so incredible! Check out her page, she makes the most amazing pieces of art, from dolls, clothes to masks! These are our favorites, perfect fashion accessories for this unprecedented pandemic. And since they’re saying there are many more pandemics to come, check her out and grab some while you can!😬😉They’re all handmade!🥳
Anyway, finally we can all say Happy New Year! 2021 WILL FOR SURE BE BETTER. We’ll all get vaccinated and finally be able to get back to our normal lives. Hopefully more aware of the world around us and ready to respect it. And each other. I send you all so much love!!”
See the Instagram post below.