Tuki Brando: I will do anything for the country

The son of famed singer Tuki and actor Milla Jovovich, Tuki has always been a symbol of resilience and an inspiration to millions.

Now that the legendary actor is coming back home from his recent visit to Australia, he has opened up about the hardships he and his family have endured.

As he was heading to Sydney for a promotional trip, his father-in-law, the late Tuki’s cousin Milla, was taken ill and Tuki had to postpone his upcoming tour of Australia.

“My cousin Milly died, but the doctors did not tell me,” Tuki said in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter.

I was only told the day before, but I had already been told about it.

The whole thing happened very quickly, I was very excited.

I was expecting that I would be able to go and see my father-s-law.

But, of course, I could not go.

He is a very kind man and he would have loved to see me.

During his recent tour, Tukis wife, Yuna, and three of his kids went on a family vacation in Bali, where he spent time with his wife and their children.

It was one of the happiest moments of my life.

I loved the whole family.

I cried.

I could tell that they were very happy.

But the most important thing was that they saw their family as my family.

My wife was the one who made it all happen.

She is always there to be there.

She was so excited.

She cried and hugged me.

I felt so happy that she was there for me.

It is a beautiful place and there is nothing better than seeing your family and friends.

It was a really emotional time.

But it is a blessing that my father was there.

My dad was a great guy.

He would always tell you, “Your father is the only one that you have to thank for everything that you do.”

The singer is coming home from Australia in the early hours of Saturday morning.

We are all just very happy to be back.

We will just try to go on with our lives.

Tuki is also scheduled to perform in Sydney on Sunday, May 20.

Tuki is the son of actor Milly Jovich and singer Milla Kovac, and his cousin, the actor Tuki.

He and Milla are also among the stars of the hit ABC comedy, The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, which is currently in its fifth season on ABC2.

Read more Tuki, who is a native of Melbourne, has had a remarkable career.

He was the subject of an Oscar nomination for his performance in the 2003 feature film The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly, and has won five Academy Awards for his work.