Coming together. Bruce Willis Grateful that his mixed family has come together to support him as he fights Aphasia, an insider has exclusively revealed in the new issue Our weekly.
“She is OK Die hard Tara’s wife, Emma Heming WillisAnd his ex-wife, Demi Moore. “They’re all pulling together, and that’s important.”
The Red 2 Actress, 43, and GI Jane The star, 59, announced the actor’s diagnosis in a statement last month, which was also signed by his daughters. This star of German descent shared Rumer33, Scout30, and Tallullah Willis, 28, with Moore, from whom he separated in 1998 after more than 10 years together. After Heming Willis and Amy tied the knot in 2009, they welcomed Mabel, 10, and Evelyn.
“Emma, the girls and Demi are all united in being there for Bruce and ensuring the best possible treatment for her,” the insider said. Us. “Please, he is very self-sufficient at this time. They are not accepting anything, but a balance is needed because he wants to handle it with the least amount of hassle and is unselfishly guilty of handling it as much as possible. “
When the family went public with Bruce’s health war, they also revealed that he was planning to step out of the spotlight after more than four decades of success in Hollywood.
“To Bruce’s amazing supporters, as a family we wanted to share that our beloved Bruce is experiencing some health problems and has recently been diagnosed with aphasia, which is affecting his cognitive ability,” Rumer wrote in an Instagram statement shared March 30. “As a result, Bruce is moving away from his career with a lot of consideration, which means a lot to him.”
The family paid their respects after the announcement Moonlight Poured from his friends and colleagues, including M. Knight Shyamlon, Jamie Lee Curtis And Randall Emmet. Although Bruce was “very honored” by the public response, insiders say the biggest source of support at the moment is his wife.
“Emma has been an absolute rock,” the source says of the model. “Not a day goes by that Bruce doesn’t tell her how lucky she is to have him in her life.”
To learn more about how the Willis family is coping, watch the video above and pick out its new issue Our weeklyNow on the stand.