Due to aphasia, it is difficult for him to speak
Patient Bruce Willis celebrates with his blended family
He can barely speak, but Bruce Willis joyfully gets into the Christmas spirit surrounded by his loved ones.
Dog cuddle: Demi Moore (left) with ex-husband Bruce Willis and daughter Scout.
Although seriously ill, he doesn’t let the pre-Christmas cheer spoil him. Bruce Willis, 67, spends time with his blended extended family. Ex-wife Demi Moore (60) shows with a series of photos on Instagram that the former action star celebrates with her and current wife Emma Heming (44) as well as all his five daughters: Rumer (34), Scout (31), Tallulah (28) and Emma Mabel (10). ) and Evelyn Penn (8). “We’re a family, getting in the holiday spirit,” Moore wrote of the photos. “What a fun evening,” Hemming comments.
At the beginning of the year it was announced that Willis was suffering from aphasia. An incurable brain disease affects his ability to understand language or speak at all. “Bruce doesn’t talk anymore and rarely understands what’s being said,” a friend of the actor recently explained. “However, there are still moments when old Bruce returns briefly – but they are rare.”
The diagnosis brought Moore and Heming closer together and they kept in touch. The family tries to spend as much time together as possible. They know Bruce isn’t going to be around forever and they want to enjoy every moment.” (c)
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