Bruce Willis' wife Emma admits she liked her husband and Demi Moore being together
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Emma Heming Willis has praised her husband Bruce Willis’ relationship with ex-wife Demi Moore, saying she 'liked them together'.
Moore, 60 and the Die Hard actor originally married in 1987 and had three children between the years 1988 and 1994.
The pair announced their separation in 1998 before officially filing for divorce after 13 years of marriage in 2000.
Following the split, Willis has stated that he has always maintained a good relationship with his ex-wife.
In 2000, he previously said that the pair were 'very close' as they 'have three children whom we will continue to raise together'.
This is a sentiment that is apparently shared by his now-wife Heming Willis. She took to her Instagram to express a similar comment of positive admiration this week.
On Tuesday 4 April, the model posted an old photograph of Willis and Moore onto her Instagram Story. The photo itself was a throwback black-and-white image of the former married pair.
Under the picture, Heming Willis wrote: “Yeah. Me too. I liked them together as well.”
A smiling emoji with hearts was included after the comment.
It seems that Heming Willis is actually returning the favour, as Moore too has previously praised her via Instagram.
On International Women’s Day in March 2021, Moore shared a post that expressed how 'honoured' she was to be able to call Heming Willis 'a friend'.
She continued: “Emma is a beautiful mother dedicated to her family, an absolute gorgeous women and now she can add business entrepreneur to her resume.”
In relation to Heming Willis starting her own skincare business CoCoBaba, Moore wrote: “Her drive, determination and passion is uplifting and the woman that she is absolutely inspiring.”
The two families have obviously grown closer since Willis was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia in February.
At the time, Heming Willis, Moore and their daughters issued a joint statement.
“Unfortunately, challenges with communication are just one symptom of the disease Bruce faces. While this is painful, it is a relief to finally have a clear diagnosis,” they said in the statement.
Willis himself originally retired from acting in March 2022 due to a speaking disorder called aphasia.
It was later revealed that his 'condition has progressed' into frontotemporal dementia.
Unfortunately, there are no known treatments for the disease.