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Bruce Willis Sings With His Family In Celebration Of His 68th Birthday


Demi Moore posted a touching message to her ex-husband Bruce Willis on his first birthday since he was diagnosed with dementia. Moore and Willis were married from 1987 to 2000, and they have three daughters together: Rumer, Scout, and Tallulah. The Hollywood actress posted an Instagram video on Sunday that showed Bruce Willis singing with his family in celebration of his 68th birthday.

Bruce Willis Sings With His Family On His 68th Birthday

Bruce Willis Sings with Family in MOVING 68th Birthday Video

Bruce Willis turned 68 on Sunday, and he spent the day with his family. It hasn't been an easy year for them since he was diagnosed with a cognitive disorder that affects his personality and language.

Willis's ex-wife, actor Demi Moore, went to the party and posted a video to Twitter showing his family singing "Happy Birthday" and his wife, Emma Heming, holding the cake while the actor blew out the candles. In the video, it looks like everyone is having a good time as they celebrate.

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Moore's clip shows Willis standing in a kitchen with his 44-year-old wife, Emma, and his five kids. In the clip are Willis and Moore's three daughters: Rumor, 34, Scout LaRue, 31, and Tallulah, 29. Also in the clip are Mabel, 10, and Evelyn, 8, who are Willis's children with Heming. Moore wrote in her Instagram post:

Happy birthday, BW! So glad we could celebrate you today. Love you and love our family. Thank you to everyone for the love and warm wishes — we all feel them.- Demi Moore

The "Die Hard" star was then seen blowing out the candles on his birthday pie after joining in on the singing. Heming Willis posted an honest message earlier in the day about caring for a person with dementia. She said she was feeling grief and sadness. In 2009, they got married, and now they have two daughters, Mabel and Evelyn.

Willis and Moore's daughter Tallulah posted a slideshow on Instagram to wish him a happy birthday, and their daughter Scout also wrote a post on Instagram.

It’s his birthday so send all of your love, tenderness, care and prayer his way for a moment! Happy birthday to one of my best friends, the Pisces king, the master of duality, both action hero icon and gentle girl dad.- Scout Willis

Today is not necessarily an easy day, because it’s a day full of so deep love, and our grief really does show us the depth of our loving for someone. So I’m trying to be with both today. Grief is a price I’ll always pay to know what it is to feel such love.- Scout Willis

Willis quit acting in March of last year because his family thought he had aphasia, a disorder caused by damage to parts of the brain that are in charge of language. In February of this year, they said that his symptoms have gotten worse and that his doctors now think he has frontotemporal dementia.

Frontotemporal dementia changes a person's personality and, like aphasia, can make them lose the ability to use language correctly. According to the Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration, there is no cure or treatment for the disease right now.


Bruce Willis sings with his family on his 68th birthday over the weekend. And a new video posted by Demi Moore, who used to be married to Willis, shows that the actor was surrounded by his loving family on his big day.

Willis's family said last month that his speech disorder, aphasia, had turned into frontotemporal dementia, or FTD, a type of dementia.

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