Los Angeles, August 23: Actress Milla Jovovich has finally married her longtime director lover Paul W.S. Anderson. The couple tied the knot Saturday night in a sunset wedding, according to several tabloid reports.
Jovovich first met Anderson in 2002 when he directed her in the "Resident Evil". The couple announced their engagement in March 2003.
The “Perfect Getaway” star married her boyfriend of nearly eight years in an intimate outdoor ceremony at their home in Beverly Hills on Saturday, according to People.com.
Jovovich, 33, and Anderson, 44, swapped vows at their Beverly Hills home at sunset before 50 celebrity pals, including “Grey's Anatomy” star Patrick Dempsey and his wife among others.
Jovovich and Anderson’s walk down the aisle
The pair exchanged matching gold Neil Lane wedding bands complementing Jovovich's vintage gold engagement ring, which features pink, yellow and white diamonds.
Wearing a '60's-style mini dress she designed herself, Jovovich walked down the aisle in the backyard of their shared Spanish-style house in Beverly Hills, Ca., decorated with red and white floral arrangements.
"They're a super duper couple," said Neil Lane, who forged the rings for the couple. "They clearly adore each other."
Jovovich's marriage count
It's the third marriage for Jovovich. She was previously married to “Dazed and Confused” costar Shawn Andrews in 1992 at age 16. Their marriage was annulled two months later.
She then married “The Fifth Element” director Luc Busson in 1998 in Las Vegas. They divorced in 1999.
The newlyweds have a 21-month-old daughter, Ever Gabo, who also was in attendance.
"Having a child has completely changed the way I look at my life," the overjoyed actress told People earlier this year. "I don't worry about my career or what other people think about me. My main priority now is my child and my family."
Jovavich is currently starring in her latest thriller, “The Perfect Getaway” alongside Steve Zahn, while Anderson’s last film was action hit “Death Race”, which hit theaters in 2008.