Bruce Willis’ family members have opened up about their grief on the actor’s birthday which comes just a month after he was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia.
Emma Heming, the wife of Die Hard star Bruce Willis, shared an emotional post on Instagram on the occasion of her husband’s 68th birthday. The actor was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia a month ago.
Emma expressed her gratitude for the love and support they have received from fans and followers, and also included a video message in which she acknowledged the emotional toll of the diagnosis.
Willis has three daughters with Moore and two with his current wife Emma. Scout, one of his daughters, posted a photo of herself as a child sitting on her dad’s shoulders and described him as “one of my best friends, the Pisces king, the master of duality, both action hero icon and gentle girl dad”. She also acknowledged the difficulty of the day and the depth of her love and grief.
Emma Willis, wife of actor Bruce Willis, opened up about her struggles with grief on her husband’s birthday, who is taking a break from acting due to a brain disorder. She said that she has to be strong for their daughters and has moments of sadness every day.
The second post on social media features a montage of family videos set to Stevie Wonder’s song “I’ll Be Loving You Always”, with a request for people to keep Bruce in their prayers and highest vibrations for his sensitive Pisces soul.
Scout Willis, daughter of Bruce Willis, posted a video of her dad’s birthday celebration on Instagram, calling him “one of my best friends.” While the day was mostly celebratory, she also acknowledged moments of grief, saying, “Grief is a price I’ll always pay to know what it is to feel such love.”
His family sang “Happy Birthday” to him in a video, and Heming Willis shared a montage of family videos while opening up about coping with feelings of grief and sadness following his frontotemporal dementia diagnosis.