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Bruce Willis’ Family Announces Update

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Emma Heming Willis, the spouse of renowned actor Bruce Willis, recently took to social media to provide an update on her husband’s health and their family situation.

Bruce Willis was diagnosed earlier this year with frontotemporal dementia, a condition that has led to a significant outpouring of support from his family, including his nine-year-old daughter, Evelyn.

In an emotional video shared on Instagram, Heming Willis highlighted a poignant moment with their young daughter. She mentioned that Evelyn had independently researched “fun facts about dementia” and had prepared a specific list for her father. Despite the seriousness of the situation, Heming Willis found a certain levity in the act, given the shared love of trivia between Bruce and Evelyn.

Expressing appreciation for her daughter’s thoughtful gesture, Heming Willis assured that they would always keep a bottle of water available for Bruce, as suggested by Evelyn. She applauded Evelyn’s proactive approach to learning about her father’s illness, viewing it as an indication of deep love and compassion.

Bruce Willis and Heming Willis have another daughter, Mabel, aged 11. Willis is also a father to three daughters, Rumer, Scout, and Tallulah Willis, from his previous marriage to Demi Moore. Recently, he also welcomed his first grandchild.

Bruce Willis first ventured into the film industry in 1985 with the TV series Moonlighting. His breakthrough came in 1988 with his role as John McClane in Die Hard, which had two more sequels and grossed over $700 million globally. Willis has since starred in a multitude of films such as Pulp Fiction, Mercury Rising, Armageddon, The Expendables, and RED.

Willis’ frontotemporal dementia was publicly disclosed in February of this year, following the previous year’s announcement of his aphasia diagnosis. Frontotemporal dementia is associated with an accumulation of proteins in the brain, leading to the deterioration and shrinkage of the frontal and temporal lobes.

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