Demi Moore Pens a Heartfelt Tribute to Her Ex-husband Bruce Willis on His 66th Birthday
Demi Moore celebrated her ex-husband Bruce Willis on his 66th birthday with a heartfelt tribute and a lovely photo of their blended family. The former couple was married for 13 years.
Although it has been more than two decades since the Hollywood duo, Bruce Wilis and Demi Morre went their separate ways, no love has been lost between them. Over the weekend, Moore took to Instagram to celebrate her ex-husband's birthday.
The renowned actor turned 66 years old on Friday, March 19, and Moore made sure she didn't miss the day. The "G.I Jane" shared a hilarious photo of their blended family to mark the milestone.
Bruce Willis and Demi Moore at the after party for the Comedy Central Roast of Bruce Willis on July 14, 2018 | Photo: Getty Images
The Moore-Willis clan was seen outdoor standing on a tree log as they made funny faces. The matriarch stood in front with her ex-husband behind her, followed by their daughters and their boyfriends. The accompanying caption read:
"Happy birthday, BW! You are one of a kind! So thankful to share these three beautiful girls and for our blended families."
Willis's current wife, Emma Heming, didn't fail to celebrate her beau on social media. Heming, who shares daughters Evelyn, 8, and Mabel, 6, with the actor, uploaded an intimate photo of her and her husband sharing a kiss in the woods.
In an interview, daughter Scout opened up about why her father came around during the quarantine.
The English model described the "Die Hard" actor as the "greatest love of my life," confessing that he turned her life inside out from the beginning. She concluded, calling him the greatest man and urging fans to bombard him with well-wishes.
The Golden Globe winner and Moore tied the knot in 1987 but called it quits in 2000. During the course of their 13-year-marriage, they welcomed three daughters, Rumer, Scout, and Tallulah.
The former couple spent most of the lockdown last year together, and Moore opened up about their bonding experience in a discussion with close pal Noami Campbell. The 58-year-old described the time spent as a "blessing and gift."
She shared that Willis joined her and her daughters at Idaho, admitting that it helped her reevaluate what was truly important. Moore also disclosed that Heming and the girls joined them later on the family adventure.
In an interview, daughter Scout opened up about why her father came around during the quarantine. She said that the legendary actor arrived in Idaho early because Heming was held back due to a medical emergency that involved Evelyn.
The 28-year-old confessed that it was fun to have both parents in the house where she and her sisters were raised. She noted that she couldn't understand why everyone seemed interested in her parents.