Bruce Willis' Wife Emma Misses Husband as He Remains in Quarantine with Ex Demi Moore
Bruce Willis’ wife Emma Heming commented that she misses her husband and the other members of the family as Bruce spends quarantine with his ex-wife Demi Moore.
With the lockdown still ongoing, families are trying to do their best to keep the period lively and fun until it has passed.
Bruce Willis has been spending the quarantine period with his ex-wife Demi Moore, their three children, and some friends away from his current wife, Emma, and his girls.
Recently, Emma noted that she misses her husband and the other members of the family in the comments section of a picture Demi shared.
Replying to Emma’s comment, Demi expressed that they were missing Emma and the girls also. She also stated that they were going to have a “HouseParty” tonight.
Bruce has spent most of the quarantine period with Demi Moore and his daughters — Rumer, Scout, and Tallulah — while Emma had been spending it with her daughters — Mabel and Evelyn.
Bruce and Demi have been divorced for almost twenty years, and they still have a great friendship.
Although the reason for this sort of arrangement is not known, both of Bruce’s families seem to be enjoying themselves and communicating their love for each other.
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On the other hand, Emma is also spending time with her daughters, and she recently shared a cute picture of herself, Mabel, whom she dubbed her assistant in one of her Instagram stories.
Interestingly, it seems distance is not a barrier for the Willis’ as they tend to openly declare their love for each other, while Bruce is enjoying this time together with Demi, and Emma is by herself with the girls.
While some might consider it weird, the Willis tend to have a different relationship from most families. Although Bruce and Demi have been divorced for almost twenty years, they still have a great friendship where they support each other.
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