Despite his dementia, Bruce Willis can enjoy life with his blended family – including trips to Disneyland.
Bruce Willis (68) seems to be enjoying life to the full despite being diagnosed with dementia. Even a family trip to Disneyland is not a problem for the actor, as his wife Emma Heming-Willis (44) From there she shared a video with funny photos and scenes showing the whole family on a water roller coaster. All family members wore T-shirts with the classic Mickey Mouse print.
Fun in the water roller coaster
In the clip, which Heming-Willis filmed with her smartphone, husband Bruce Willis sat in one of the water ride cars with 11-year-old daughter Mabel. The pair beamed and laughed together while the actor held his arm protectively in front of his daughter so she couldn’t fall out while driving.
Mabel’s sister Evelyn was also there. And Bruce Willis’ three daughters Rumer (34), Scout (31) and Tallulah (29) could also be seen on one of the photos in a roller coaster. “You can bet this family will be back for more fun and laughs,” Emma Heming-Willis wrote on her post.
The two daughters Mabel and Evelyn come from the relationship of Emma Heming-Willis and Bruce Willis. He has children Rumer, Scout and Tallulah with ex-wife Demi Moore (60). Just a few weeks ago, Rumer gave birth to his first granddaughter, Louetta. The blended family spends a lot of time together.
First shock diagnosis a year ago
Willis’ family announced in February 2023 that the actor had been diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia. A year earlier, she had already made it public that the Hollywood star was suffering from the language disorder aphasia.
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