Between the two of them, Milla Jovovich and her husband, director Paul W.S. Anderson are good for about $60, according to CelebrityNetWorth.com. That should be enough for the couple to afford a house with separate bedrooms for themselves and their 11 and 4-year-old daughters. Yet when nighttime falls at Milla's house, everybody climbs into bed together. Milla, who once said in an interview that "co-sleeping ... [has] helped us so much to stay connected as a family," On the Wednesday, April 11, edition of "The Wendy Williams Show," the subject came up again. "The 11 year old… keeps sort of threatening to go to her own room at some point, but she's like, 'I know how lonely you'd get without me, so ...," the "Hellboy" star explained, according to Jezebel. Wendy being Wendy then asked, "Now, is that what they do… where you're from?" in reference to Milla's Ukrainian background. Instead of answering that one, Milla dove into the sleeping setup. "We have a king size and a double, like pushed together," she said, adding that her man sleeps in "the crack" between the beds. "For us it worked, because my husband and I, especially when we make movies together, we're working 15 hours a day, we get to see the kids at lunch, but we don't get that time to connect so sometimes nighttime is the only time to reconnect with the family," she continued before adding that once a week, she and Paul head to a hotel -- because "obviously when you share a bed, you gotta get creative about how you're gonna make the next baby."