Bruce Willis still in quarantine with ex Demi Moore while wife Emma Heming takes care of their daughters
Demi Moore shared a photo showing both her and Willis, their three daughters, two of the daughters' boyfriends, and Demi's long-time assistant reading a book
Bruce Willis continues to remain in quarantine with his former wife Demi Moore, while his wife Emma Heming stays at home with their two young daughters.
Demi Moore, 57, took to Instagram to share an image showing both her and Willis, their three adult daughters, two of the daughters' boyfriends, and Demi's long-time assistant. The group was seen sitting on a couch with their noses in a book.
Moore had captioned the image, "Family book club... How to Rule the World from Your Couch — quarantine edition." The group was seen holding a copy of Laura Day's self-help book titled 'How to Rule The World From Your Couch'. The book helps readers go through step by step exercises to achieve goals such as career moves and building new relationships.
The former couple was married between 1987 and 2000 and share three children together- Rumer, 31, Tallulah, 26, and Scout, 28.
Willis' current wife Emma Heming had also taken to Instagram to talk about her skincare line and had told fans that she was holding back-to-back virtual meetings to try and launch the brand in the US. She had made no mention of Willis, 65, with whom she shares two young daughters Mabel,8, and Evelyn, 5.
We had previously reported that it is not known why the family is not all isolating together though Heming has been publicly supportive of Willis' choice to self-isolate with Moore. In recent pictures shared by Tallulah, Moore and Willis were seen sporting matching green striped pajamas along with the rest of the family while smiling for the camera.
Their other daughter Scout can be seen in the background along with director Dillon Buss.
"Not many can pull that color off! Looking good squad," Heming commented on one of Tallulah's pictures.
Recently, Moore wished her former husband Willis a happy birthday by sharing an adorable throwback picture of them and their children on Instagram. She had captioned the image, "Happy birthday Bruce! Thank you for the three greatest gifts of my life."
Both Willis and Heming had shown their support for Moore when they attended the launch of her memoir last year in March. In her memoir, Moore revealed, "I think Bruce was fearful at the beginning that I was going to make our split difficult, and that I would express my anger and whatever baggage that I had from our marriage by obstructing his access to the kids — that I’d turn to all of those ploys divorcing couples use as weapons," People reported her as saying. "But I didn’t, and neither did he," she added.
Moore had also admitted that the split "wasn’t easy at first, but we managed to move the heart of our relationship, the heart of what created out family, into something new that gave the girls a loving, supportive environment with both parents."
As for Heming who is cooped up with her two young girls, she had recently shared that the girls had made a 'honk for happiness' sign outside their home as they quarantined together.