Demi Moore Talks Candidly about Spending Time with Her Ex-husband Bruce Willis Amid Quarantine
Demi Moore opened up about spending the quarantine with her ex-husband Bruce Willis and their immediate family. The actress spoke candidly as she reflected, calling the experience a blessing.
Amid the despair that the pandemic brought last year, Demi Moore was able to find a silver lining when she quarantined with her ex-husband, Bruce Willis, and their daughters. The actress recently reflected on the special lockdown moment.
During a sit-down with model Naomi Campbell for her YouTube series, "No Filter," Moore spoke candidly about the experience and what it felt like. The "Ghost" star admitted that while the pandemic was filled with tragedy, she enjoyed some gifts.
Moore confessed that she felt grateful that things came to a halt before saying that it was a lucky coincidence that Willis' initial visit worked out, after which his wife Emma Heming and their two daughters. She described the experience, saying:
"It's everything that's come forward has allowed us to reevaluate what's important and what needs attention that has been overlooked and neglected. It was amazing."
She noted that the days spent together gave her and Willis time with their family that they hadn't spent in a while and helped them go inward to raise their consciousness about the things that matter.
After her marriage to Willis, Moore found love again in the arms of actor Aston Kutcher.
She also spoke of the "Die Hard" actor's youngest daughters Evelyn and Mabel, explaining that she felt grateful that they were comfortable with her and got to know their half-sisters better. Moore welcomed daughter Rumer, Tallulah, and Scott with Willis.
The former couple tied the knot in 1987 and were married for 11 years before announcing their separation in 1998. Two years later, they filed for divorce. In her memoir "Inside Out," she spoke about what led to their split.
She disclosed that after their first daughter Rumer's birth in 1988, the Golden Globe winner felt disinterested in marriage. However, when she visited him on the set of "Hudson Hawk," she knew something was wrong.
After her marriage to Willis, Moore found love again in actor Aston Kutcher's arms, and after dating for two years, they walked down the aisle in 2005. They split after six years together, and Moore detailed their tumultuous relationship in her book.
Apart from Kutcher and Willis, the "Striptease" actress has been involved with an array of A-list celebrities, including Jon Cryer, Freddy Moore, Emilio Estevez, Oliver Whitcomb, and Harry Morton.
Moore started as a soap opera actress before her big break in the 1985 movie "St. Elmo's Fire." Her numerous acting credits include "No Small Affair," "A Few Good Men," "Blame It on Rio," and others.