“I still love Demi”: Even After Marrying 23-Years Younger Emma Heming Willis, Bruce Willis Has Nothing But Love For His Ex-wife Demi Moore

"I still love Demi": Even After Marrying 23-Years Younger Emma Heming Willis, Bruce Willis Has Nothing But Love For His Ex-wife Demi Moore
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One of the great Hollywood couples from the 90s whom the fans found themselves being fascinatingly obsessed with and getting their hearts broken over (other than Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston) was Bruce Willis and Demi Moore. Understated as they were, the iconic duo did set trends as they cruised along the last decade of the 20th century beginning with their 1987 wedding right up to the divorce in 2000.


In the aftermath, both went their separate ways and have since remained in the very best of terms, keeping a warm friendship alive even as they continue to co-parent their 3 beautiful children.

Bruce Willis and Demi Moore
Bruce Willis and Demi Moore

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Bruce Willis Comments on His Relationship With Demi Moore

In the years since their divorce, Bruce Willis and Demi Moore have given us friendship and ex-spousal goals. Whether be it co-parenting their children, or adopting the extended family as their own, or the Willis-Moore children calling Ashton Kutcher (Demi Moore’s ex) their coolest stepdad, it has been a long and happy journey. And even in the years that defined their separation, Moore and Willis had ensured the well-being and happiness of their family above all. The couple’s eldest daughter, Rumer later stated in a 2015 interview:

“I never had to split up vacations or split up birthdays. They always made an effort to do all of the family events still together and made such an effort to still have our family be as one unit, as opposed to two separate things, which I think really made an impact.”

Bruce Willis and Demi Moore
Bruce Willis and Demi Moore

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And as perfect as that sounds, Bruce Willis himself tops that up by claiming:


“I still love Demi. We’re very close. We have three children whom we will continue to raise together, and we’re probably as close now as we ever were. We realize we have a lifelong commitment to our kids. Our friendship continues. The institution has been set aside.”

Currently, Bruce Willis’ wife, Emma Heming Willis, the couple’s 2 children, as well as the Moore-Willis family have become one big unit who have defied every expectation and grown increasingly closer each day that they spend in each other’s company.

Bruce Willis and Demi Moore: The Yippee-Ki-Yay Ex-Couple

If anything says yippe-ki-yay better than Bruce Willis in a Die Hard movie, it has got to be the actor’s incredible life with his partners and children. After being married to Demi Moore for a little over a decade, the couple split up in 1998 and finalized their divorce 2 years later. But the two have remained the friendliest of couples that the industry has ever seen in the decades that followed.

Demi Moore, Bruce Willis, and Emma Heming Willis – the extended family
(L to R) Emma Heming Willis, Demi Moore, and Bruce Willis – the extended family

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Ranging from attending their daughters’ Broadway and Hollywood debuts or celebrating each other’s milestones, walking the red carpet as a family to self isolating together in matching pyjamas, attending premieres and the Super Bowl together to being present at the other’s nuptials and vow renewal ceremonies with their current partners – Bruce Willis and Demi Moore have done it all together.

In the face of spotlight exposure and the industry’s ability to microscopically scrutinize every person, Willis and Moore have lived, and loved, and laughed together and despite it all, have made a family that is as enviably happy today as they have been for every single day since joining the Willis-Moore home.

Source: Rolling Stone

Diya Majumdar

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