Bruce Willis Family Worried About Him Dying

According to USA Magazine, This Thanksgiving marked an emotional and bittersweet occasion for the Willis family as they gathered to celebrate amidst Bruce Willis’s battle with frontotemporal dementia, an incurable brain disorder affecting speech and motor skills. Scout Willis, Bruce’s daughter, shared a poignant video on Instagram, capturing a moment of connection between her and her father as they held hands at a table. The post also included a photo of Scout cradling her father’s palm against her face.

 


 

Emma, Bruce Willis’s wife, also took to Instagram to express gratitude for the love within their extended family, posting a throwback photo featuring their daughters Mabel and Evelyn, along with Bruce’s ex-wife Demi Moore and his older daughters, Rumer, Scout, and Tallulah. Emma wrote, “I’m grateful and thankful to know this kind of love.”

The family revealed Bruce Willis’s health challenges in March 2022, announcing his battle with aphasia, a language disorder. In February 2023, they disclosed that his condition had progressed to frontotemporal dementia, with a life expectancy of six to eight years, although some sources suggest it could be as low as two years.

Living under one roof, the Willis family, including Emma, Demi, Rumer, Scout, and Tallulah, alongside Mabel and Evelyn, have been rallying around Bruce 24/7. They are committed to making the most of their time with him, recognizing the uncertainty of the future. The family has a renewed sense of togetherness, with a source revealing that they are soaking up every moment.

As Bruce Willis experiences good and bad days, the focus remains on keeping him relaxed and healthy. The family provides around-the-clock care, with at least one family member always by his side. Rumer, particularly close to her father, ensures that her 8-month-old daughter Louetta spends time with her grandfather, fostering a special bond.

The family’s openness about Bruce’s diagnosis has been evident through social media posts and public statements. Emma shared the challenges of caregiving over the summer, emphasizing the conscious effort required daily. In a Today show appearance, she acknowledged the difficulty of dementia, expressing uncertainty about whether Bruce is aware of his condition. Despite the severity of the diagnosis, the family remains united, offering unwavering support to Bruce Willis during this challenging time.

Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
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