Bruce Willis' Daughter Tallulah Pays Tribute to His Iconic Film 'Die Hard' as They Pose for a Photo
According to a photo posted by Tallulah Willis, she is currently under quarantine with her famous father, Bruce Willis. She recently took to social media to share a photo of the two of them and paid tribute to one of his iconic films.
The young woman was wearing and showing off a "Die Harder" T-shirt. The words on the T-shirt were a reference to her father's iconic 1988 film, “Die Hard.”
Bruce’s wife comments on pic
The action star’s wife, Emma Heming Willis, isn’t in quarantine with him. However, she did comment on the post writing: "Love you both so much."
Action star isolating with ex-wife
According to a source, Bruce has allegedly been separated from his wife and their daughters, Mabel, 8, and Evelyn, 5. The trio is said to be in Los Angeles.
Tallulah is Bruce’s daughter with his ex-wife Demi Moore, 57. The actress is in self-isolation with her ex, Tallulah, and their other daughters, Rumer, 31, and Scout, 28.
Moore lives close to Willis
They are staying put in their home in Sun Valley, Idaho amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. An insider revealed that Bruce’s home was “directly across the street from Demi's house.”
Sharing a family pajama photo
At the beginning of the month, Moore’s youngest daughter shared a family photo on Instagram. In the image, her father, mother, Scout, and film director Dillon Buss, all posed together in matching green striped pajamas.
Family dog in pajamas
The family dog was photographed lying on the couch wearing the same colors as the rest of the group. The picture was captioned: “Chaotic neutral.”
Demi shares a family photo
Moore also shared her own pajama photo but hers featured more people, more dogs, and a large fork and spoon. She captioned the post: “Family bonding.”
Bruce cuts Tallulah’s hair
Also in this month, Tallulah shared a video of her father and sister, Rumer, helping each other to shave her head. In the recent “Die Harder” post, the young woman’s new hairstyle is visible.
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