Milla Jovovich wants another baby.

The 38-year-old model-and-actress -- who has a six-year-old daughter, Ever, with husband Paul Anderson -- says expanding her family is her top priority and doesn't want to wait too long as she and husband Paul W. S. Anderson doesn't want a huge age gap between her kids.

"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," Jovovich said, adding that "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."

The "Resident Evil" actress is content to be a "stay-at-home mum" and has been turning down work to be with her daughter.

She explained to Britain's HELLO! magazine: "I have been saying no to everything. There is talk of doing another "Resident Evil" 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."