On Thursday, actress and authoress Demi Moore took to Instagram to celebrate Thanksgiving. She observed the holiday by posting a throwback photo of herself and her three daughters.
Moore, 57, shares Rumer, 31, Scout, 28, and Tallulah Willis, 25, with actor Bruce Willis. In the image, the actress was seen carrying her youngest daughter while battling with the other two who appeared to be sulking.
The authoress captioned her post writing: “Thankful for my girls… Happy Thanksgiving!”
In September 2019, Moore released her memoir called “Inside Out.” In the book, she revealed how things hadn’t always gone smoothly between her and her children.
The actress addressed a point when she relapsed into drug and alcohol addiction. She shared in the memoir that it was her lowest point as a parent because she didn’t speak to two of her daughters for three years.
Fortunately for the star, she’s since reconciled with them. However, she did share that during her marriage to Ashton Kutcher she had a stillborn daughter.
Losing her child six months into her pregnancy threw her off the edge after being sober for 20 years. Moore started drinking to deal with the loss and spiraled down.
In “Inside Out,” the actress pulled no punches as she bared her soul. She explained how Kutcher became "less and less present," later on in their marriage.
Moore retaliated by going "into contortions to try to fit the mold of the woman he wanted his wife to be" to try and save her marriage. Some of her detrimental actions included her having threesomes.
Instead of making things better, opening their relationship to third parties led to "a totally false sense of power." In hindsight, the actress realized it was all "a mistake."
For his part, Kutcher felt lost and revealed that he was knocking on slain woman's door. He explained how he dealt with the whole thing stating: “I was freaking out.”
His ex-wife now acknowledges her “self-destructive” past that had her “spiraling.” The truth of the matter was that she “never felt good enough.”
Kutcher eventually moved out of their home in 2011.