Demi Moore & Daughters Weigh in on Social Distancing While Quarantining Together
Actress Demi Moore and her three daughters took to Instagram in an all-new video in which they opened up about how they have been doing in quarantine.
Demi Moore sat down with her three daughters, Rumer, Scout, and Tallulah, to answer questions and talk about social distancing. When asked how they remained centered even when others flouted the basic distancing guidelines, Rumer said:
"I think the biggest thing you can do, in my opinion, is lead by example. None of us are capable of changing their belief system."
Rumer went on to say that when she saw other people intentionally flouting social distancing rules, her first instinct was that nobody could really change what people wanted to do or change the way they behaved in public.
Moore interjected, saying that she agreed with her daughter. Rumer pressed on and said that no matter how difficult it was to watch others go astray, only they could tread whatever path they wanted to.
Moore chipped in her own bit and added that in such challenging times, it was best to find a way to let out feelings and emotions by trying thoughtful meditation, writing, or exercising to remain grounded.
Demi and her kids are in quarantine together with her ex-husband.
The actress and her girls all hunkered down together in their Idaho home in which Rumer, Scout, and Tallulah grew up, with Demi's former husband, Bruce Willis.
Throughout their stay at home, the family has frequently stormed Instagram with several sweet photos of them enjoying their quality time together. Explaining what it felt like to have Bruce and Demi together, Scout said:
"It's been really funny to have both of my parents in the house where they raised us, which has been really cute."
Scout added that she regarded the period as "divine timing" because they got to spend so much time and hang out with both of their parents.
In the spirit of fun and trying out new things, Bruce shaved Tallulah's head and gave her an edgy "Joan of Arc" buzz cut that shared a semblance with Demi's hair cut in her 1997 film, "G.I Jane."
They have also taken to forming a family book club in which their first book to read was Laura Day's "How to Rule The World From Your Couch." They also took to arts and crafts with "family paint night."
Demi and her family appeared again on Tallulah's Instagram page in a video in which they all decided what bird they would be if they were birds. An odd question at best, but the girls, of course, made it a lively session.
There is no boredom in sight for Demi's lovely family as they hop from one bonding activity to the other, keeping their spirits alive and engaged.
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