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Bruce Willis Spends Daughter Tallulah’s 30th Birthday With Ex Demi Moore Amid Dementia Battle

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By Favour Adegoke on February 5, 2024 at 8:30 AM EST

It was an emotion-filled day for Bruce Willis and Demi Moore as they reunited for their daughter Tallulah's 30th birthday. Tallulah is one of the three daughters Moore and Willis share from their former marriage.

The ex-couple have remained cordial since their divorce, and Moore has been supportive of the "Die Hard" star as he continues to battle with dementia.

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Demi Moore Shares Highlights From Tallulah's Celebration With Bruce Willis

For Tallulah's 30th birthday, it was a moment for parents Willis and Moore to reunite to celebrate the actress' milestone age.

Highlights from the event were seen on Moore's Instagram page, showing how the blended family were all out to have fun on that day.

In one shot, Moore and Willis could be seen huddled around the birthday girl, who sported a casual outfit that included red sweatpants and a dark blue sweatshirt with yellow stripes down the sleeves. She also held a ball in her hands, seemingly suggesting that sporty activity was part of the day's celebration.

Meanwhile, Willis and Moore also opted for casual attire for the photo. Moore wore blue jeans and a loose black cardigan, while Willis kept warm in a scarf, a zip-up jacket, and sweatpants.

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In another snapshot captured later in the evening at the party, Moore, Tallulah, Scout, and her partner Justin Acee were seen sharing a more affectionate moment.

Moore captioned the post affectionately, "Showering our #bruuski with love today on her 30th birthday."

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Demi Moore And Bruce Willis Reunited For Tallulah's Celebration

Support Pour In For Bruce Willis & Family After Dementia Announcement
Instagram | Demi Moore

Beyond being a special moment for Tallulah, the birthday celebration was a perfect moment for Moore to spend time with her former husband Willis, who has been battling with dementia.

Back in March 2022, Willis' family disclosed that the actor was dealing with aphasia and was "stepping" away from acting.

Then, in February of the following year, they announced a heartbreaking diagnosis of Frontotemporal dementia—a progressive disease leading to speech and language problems, emotional blunting, and changes in social behavior.

The actor's condition has since worsened over time, with reports claiming that he is no longer "totally verbal" and has lost his "language skills." He has also made fewer public appearances as he continues to manage his condition.

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Demi Moore On How Families With Dementia Sufferers Can Adapt

Demi Moore at The Fashion Awards 2021.

Since Willis' dementia diagnosis, members of his family have been supportive of him, including Moore.

Speaking on Andy Cohen's SiriusXM show Radio Andy, Moore shared how she has learned to deal with Willi's condition while giving a word for "people out there who have family members who have dementia" and "maybe caring for them or in their lives."

'I think the most important thing I could share is just to meet them where they're at," Moore said on the show, per the Mirror.

She added, "When you let go of who they've been or who you think they [should be], or who even you would like them to be, you can then really stay in the present and take in the joy and the love that is present and there for all that they are, not all that they're not."

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Demi Moore Recently Shared An Update On Bruce Willis' Condition

Support Pour In For Bruce Willis & Family After Dementia Announcement
Instagram | Demi Moore

Moore also made a similar comment during her recent appearance on "Good Morning America," where she gave an update about Willis's health condition and promoted her new show, "Feud: Capote vs. The Swans."

Speaking on the show, she said about the "Die Hard" star's condition, "I think, given the givens, he's doing very well."

She then noted how she advises their three daughters, Rumer, Scout, and Tallulah, to enjoy the moment they spend with their father rather than get frustrated with the downsides of his condition.

"What I'll say is what I say to my children, which is it's important to just meet them where they're at and not hold onto what isn't," she told the daytime show hosts, adding, "because there's great beauty and sweetness and loving and joy out of that."

Moore and Willis got married in 1987 but separated shortly after in 1998. Their divorce was then finalized in 2000. Since their split, they have remained close and supportive of each other while co-parenting their daughters.

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