Milla Jovovich is a Target Shopper!

02/12/2009 at 12:00 PM ET
GSI Media

Milla Jovovich pokes fun at the paparazzi catching her in the most mundane of mommy tasks — the Target run! — with fiancé Paul W.S. Anderson (not pictured) and daughter Ever Gabo on Wednesday in West Hollywood.

In fact, the model, actress and fashion designer had her clothing line, Jovovich-Hawk, featured at the chain as one of their Go! International collections last year.

After the shopping spree, the family headed to Coldwater Canyon park for some time on the playground equipment.

See more of Milla and Ever, 15 months, in our newest gallery, Baby Love — a collection of kissin’ cuties!

Check out Ever and Milla at the park below!

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DJ on

Cute photos!! They both are very beautiful.

Unfortunately, it bothers me when celebrities leave stores with a cart full of plastic bags. These bags are not good for the environment at all! The cost of reusable bags is very inexpensive. Do I hold celebrities to a higher standard? Maybe. Yes, she could have forgotten her reusable bags at home. Maybe Target was out of them so she couldn’t purchase more of them. I am in no way trying to be negative, but celebrities are in the public eye and are role models to many people.

Jared Snyard on

Oh my nephew makes that face just when he spots something exciting.
Except we let him walk around. He loves to shop. Love that she
goes to Target. Does target have reusable bags like Walmart does.
The plastic bags are good for diapers and other reusable things.
Maybe she brought the plastic bags from home. Ever is tall for
15 months

mary on

No one will argue that plastic bags aren’t great for the environment but who is to say that she doesn’t have a plan to reuse those bags? I often ask for plastic bags because I use them to clean my cat box later on. Ultimately, there must be a way to manufacture disposable bags that do not contribute to the environmental problems but can be re-used for important household things.

gigi on

followed to the park and shopping. sheesh! seems like they have a really positive attitude toward the papparazi though.
ever looks identical to her father on the park picture.

Melissa M on

FYI – the Target plastic bags are fully recyclable, perhaps they are headed for her recycling bin right now…..

Mary on

Celebs are normal too! I mean I always use the plastic bags. She doesn’t have reusables and Targets are recycled anyways. She will probably use them at home, too. I always use them for the garbage or to pick up after the dog.

jasmine on

Umm so anyway, little Ever is an absolute doll!

Lilly on

They make biodegradable plastic bags that are disposable (great for wastebaskets) they are available on places like Amazon and maybe even Target (I haven’t checked yet). If I go to a store, I usually ask that they don’t bag the stuff I purchased (when I forget my reusable bags), or I bring a reusable canvas bag.

CelebBabyLover on

DJ- I don’t know if this was the case with Milla, but, while my family tries to use re-usable bags whenever possible, we’re absolutly TERRIBLE about remembering to actually take them into the store with us!

We’ll have the bags in the car, and remind each other to take them in…and then we get to the store and promptly forget to bring the bags in with us!

Silvermouse on

I use plastic bags when I have them for liners so I don’t pay for trash bags (which I reuse on my trips to my hometown to visit my parents). I also think Ever, (next to my friends’ daughters) is soooo cute🙂

kat on

I’m also frugal/cheap and reuse those plastic bags for my smaller (bathroom/bedroom) trash cans… it lets you use a bag more than once and saves the money of buying fitted trash bags.

those bags also are cheaper and bigger than the typical bags for wet/dirty clothes in the diaper bag… I put the spare set right in one, wrap it up… which keeps it protected if anything leaks or spills into the diaper bag/purse and know that even if it has more or less pieces than the outfit she leaves the house in, I’ll have plenty of space should she need a change.

If it is a water mess, I can let the bag air-dry and reuse it… and if it’s something stinky/icky, I can toss it and not have to scrub and deoderize.

there are ways to be sensible and go green without buying additional products.

kaya on

I didn’t even notice the bags… look at little Ever! She’s so cute! Love the short hair, she’s going to be just as pretty as her mother:)

DJ on

You all make great points and I am sorry we got so off topic. I probably should have just kept my comment to myself since we really don’t know the whole story.😉

Let’s get back to the adorable pictures of both of them! I love Ever’s outfit.

Crystal on

Ever is adorable… Milla, be careful, you’re gonna have a knockout on your hands!

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