Bruce Willis' wife leaves another cryptic comment on husband's pic as he continues quarantine with Demi Moore
Emma Heming, who has been left alone to take care of the couple's daughters, commented below Bruce and Tallulah's picture, writing, "Love you both so much"
As her husband, Bruce Willis, continues to quarantine with ex-wife Demi Moore, and their daughters, Rumer, Tallulah, and Scout, Emma Heming dropped yet another comment on one of his photos.
While Rumer has largely stayed away from posting any picture of herself with her family, Tallulah's Instagram account has been abuzz with photos of herself with her dad and mum. In one of her latest uploaded snaps, she appeared with a new buzz cut cuddling up to Bruce on the couch. Emma, who has been left alone to take care of the couple's daughters, Mabel and Evelyn, commented below the picture, writing, "Love you both so much," Mirror reported.
This is not the first time that Emma has left a message on her husband's photo, and which many on social media are finding cryptic. Earlier in the month, Demi shared a fun-filled photo of her, Bruce and the daughters all wearing matching striped pajamas. Bruce sat at the back holding a huge spoon. "Family bonding,” the 'Striptease' actress captioned the goofy snap.
“At its finest love and miss you guys" Emma wrote underneath the picture. She also wrote, “Not many can pull that color off! Looking good squad,” below Tallulah’s first Instagram post on April 7.
According to reports, Bruce maintains a house near Demi's estate in Idaho so that he can easily co-parent his daughters and got stuck there when California went into lockdown. Emma too initially planned on joining the gang but her area became a hotspot for COVID-19 and she had to stay put.
"He has a house directly across the street from Demi's house in Sun Valley," a source told Entertainment Tonight. "It's been for sale for years. He was visiting and his family was considering quarantining there. He got stuck because Sun Valley became one of the COVID-19 hotspots. Bruce and Demi made a decision to quarantine together with their children and have been doing so for over a month."
The insider added: "The family didn't want to take any risks of outside influences so they've stayed away from socializing with anyone but their family. Bruce isn't with his wife or young children, but that was understood going into this"
On April 8, Emma shared a closer look at her self-isolation with Bruce's youngest children. She had shared a video on her Instagram story showing her daughters holding a hand-made banner. She captioned it, "If you drive by our house the girls want to hear you honk for happiness."
"So the girls put up their sign 'honk for happiness' right in front of our house, and I'm in my office, and I can actually hear people honking," she revealed. "People aren't honking here, but I swear they have been," she said jokingly.
Demi has been very supportive of Emma and Bruce's relationship and had also attended the pair's vow renewal ceremony that took place in March last year while both the pair had shown their support for the actress at the launch of her memoir.
In her memoir, Demi 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. But I didn’t, and neither did he."