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Demi Moore and Bruce Willis’s daughter was called ‘ugly’. Now she looks like a real beauty

Pedro Marrero
Apr 19, 2018
11:11 P.M.
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Tallulah Willis has dedicated her latest social media posts to all those who shamed her as a child or considering her ‘ugly,’ flaunting her incredible figure in a series of snaps.

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The youngest daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore, 23-year-old Tallulah Willis, had her sweet revenge against the people who bullied her ten years ago, showing off how much she has changed since her early teens, according to Do You Remember.

Tallulah, an occasional actress, and an artist appeared have been sharing revealing pictures of herself captioned with messages to the haters from her school days. In many of the pictures, she is seen with sisters Rumer, 29, and Scout, 26.

‘Dedicated to everyone who called me ugly at 13,’ Tallulah wrote as a caption for the December 23 post, getting back at all the people who made her feel so bad when she was growing up.

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Now, she is celebrating her newfound confidence, and she frequently comments about overcoming her past insecurities not based only on a change of appearance, but with her carefree and proud attitude.

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Despite the bully she suffered in her teenage years, Tallulah has proven she has superstar blood on her veins, with two Hollywood idols as parents. Her sleek body has probably left all those who belittled her in the past speechless.

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Apart from those in their immediate surroundings, Tallulah was also the target of attacks in the media and she was mocked by people she never met, as a consequence of growing up in the public eye because of her high-profile parents.

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Maybe due to this pressure, when Tallulah was 13 she was diagnosed with body dysmorphic disorder, a mental disorder consisting of the obsessive idea that there’s something terribly wrong with one’s own appearance.

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‘I had people when I was 13 telling me how ugly I was, and how could two beautiful actors create such hideous troll children?’ she told Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric in 2014.

It might have taken her a long time to overcome the negative comments aimed at her in the difficult years of her adolescence, but she has come out of it stronger, as she has made clear in recent years.

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