Actress Milla Jovovich is eager to expand her family with husband Paul W. S. Anderson, insisting having another child is her "number one priority". The Resident Evil star, 38, welcomed daughter Ever Gabo with filmmaker Anderson in 2007, and the model-turned-actress wants to have a second baby before it's too late. She tells Britain's Hello! magazine, "I want to have a baby and that is my number one priority. If I don't do it now, it will get more difficult the older I get. "Ever is always talking about how much she wants to be a big sister. I have to do it before she is too old to enjoy it. I don't have all the time in the world to think about it." Jovovich is also taking time away from work to focus on her family and reveals she has turned down a number of movie projects as a result. She continues, "I have been saying no to everything. There is talk of doing another Resident Evil (film) at the end of next year, but I don't want to do anything before that. I'm happy being a stay-at-home mum. Mum world is amazing. "When I'm home I'm not feeling any anxiety or stress over work, I'm a different person. My relationship with my husband becomes closer, too, when I'm relaxed, and that is really important if you want to have another baby."