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Bruce Willis wife Emma Heming posted some sweet pictures of the couple on Instagram.
He wrote in the caption, “Mom and Dad at their favorite place of residence 🏔🥾 #offthegrid.” The photo shoot was a family affair, with Heming crediting the photo to their 10-year-old daughter, Mabel.
Bruce and Emma were present during the nature walk in the outdoor photos, as they posed together on the log. In one picture, they look into each other’s eyes, and in the other, Emma leans towards her husband.
Emma has shared the first picture of the couple suffering from aphasia since the family was announced.
Last week, Emma, Bruce’s ex-wife Demi Moore, as well as her children Rumer, 33, Scout, 30, Talulah, 28, Mabel and Evelyn, 7, all took part in a joint statement saying Bruce was stepping down. They said Aphasia was “affecting her cognitive abilities.”
Now, a source tells our weekly that everyone is gathering around the 67-year-old.
“He’s blessed to have them in his hands,” insiders said of Emma and Demi, “they’re all pulling together, and that’s important.”
The source continued, “Emma, the girls and Demi are all united to be there for Bruce and to ensure the best possible treatment for him. Mercy, he is very self-sufficient at the moment. I want to deal with it and I am unselfishly guilty of handling it as much as possible. “
“Emma has been an absolute rock,” the insider added. “Not a day goes by that Bruce doesn’t tell her how lucky she is to have him in her life.”
“Extra” Katie Krauss recently spoke with Iza Gonzalez, a close friend of Bruce’s daughter Rumer.
Within the Willis family, Gonzalez shares, “I love them … his whole family, you know, their legacy … I have a lot of respect, but health comes first and family comes first, so as friends we are the only ones We can work. Be there for them, support them, give them all the love we can and hope only for the best. “
Eiza revealed that the family was “extremely optimistic” about Bruce’s diagnosis.
“Extra” Rachel Lindsay also talks to director Michael Bay about Bruce’s health and working together on “Armageddon.”
“It’s very sad,” Bay said. I have very fond memories of Bruce from Armageddon. The first month he was tough. I was a young director … he’s a big movie star. “
He explained, “Jerry Brookheimer once said, ‘Show him some footage’, so I did it and [Bruce] Said, ‘You should have shown me this much sooner, I’d have been better off with you.’ “Michael recalls,” It was fun working with him. “