Emma Hemming, the actor’s wife, took to an Instagram story to update her husband, who retired in March, revealing to suffer from aphasia.
Nothing is more important than family. Bruce Willis and his two youngest daughters, Mabel (10) and Evelyn (8), from his second marriage to Emma Hemming, were featured in the latter’s Instagram story on Sunday, May 15. The photo appears a few weeks after the actor of the saga diehard announced retirement due to aphasia (communication disorder, NDRL) which he is affected.
In the snap, accompanied by a shimmering pink heart, the 67-year-old Hollywood star, dressed in a blue T-shirt and gray pants, poses on her knees to be level with her daughters, both barefoot and in casual clothes. With smiles on their lips, the three of them are on a terrace, revealing the surrounding greenery.
The same day, the comedian of Crystal trap was spotted on the streets of Los Angeles enjoying lunch at an Italian restaurant with a friend. News that will reassure fans of the actor who had not heard from him for weeks.
Bruce Willis, the women of his life
It was March 31…
On March 31, his wife, Emma Hemming, as well as his ex-wife, Demi Moore, from whom he separated after thirteen years of relationship, but from whom he remained very close, and his three other daughters, Rumer Glenn, 33, Scout LaRue, 30, and Tallulah Belle Willis, 28, had all relayed the announcement of Bruce Willis’ retirement via Instagram.
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“To the amazing Bruce supporters, as a family we wanted to share that our beloved Bruce has been experiencing health issues and was recently diagnosed with aphasia, which is impacting his cognitive abilities.” The announcement caused a stir in the world of cinema.