Tallulah Willis and Scout Willis are sending their stepmom support.
After Bruce Willis’ wife, Emma Heming, gave an update on the actor’s frontotemporal dementia on the “Today” show, his daughters celebrated her “bravery” via Instagram Stories.
“So proud of my family @emmahemingwillis,” Tallulah, 29, told her followers on Monday.
As for Scout, the 32-year-old gushed, “I truly could not be more proud of @emmahemingwillis for being willing to step out into the public eye, (even though it’s terrifying!!!) to share our family’s story in service of spreading awareness about FTD.
“Emma you are such a champion for this cause,” she continued.
Scout concluded by writing that Heming, 45, “inspires [her] EVERY SINGLE F–KING DAY” with her “courage” and her “deep love” of Bruce.
The “Die Hard” star, 68, stepped away from acting in March 2022 following his aphasia diagnosis, a condition characterized by struggles to speak, write and understand language. His family shared his FTD diagnosis in February of the following year.
Heming revealed Monday that it’s “hard to know” how aware Bruce is of his own condition, going on to call dementia a “family disease.”
She explained, “It’s hard on the person diagnosed, it’s also hard on the family. And that is no different for Bruce, or myself, or our girls.”
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The couple, who wed in 2009, are the parents of daughters Mabel, 11, and Evelyn, 9. Bruce also shares Tallulah, Scout and daughter Rumer, 35, with ex-wife Demi Moore.
The Emmy winner’s blended family has continued put on a united front online amid his health struggles, from Mother’s Day celebrations to birthday parties.
Heming has spoken candidly about her role as Bruce’s “care partner” on multiple occasions, acknowledging her “hard” wedding anniversary in March.
“When usually our person would acknowledge the event, now their changing brains just can’t,” the model wrote via Instagram at the time. “And that is what it is.”
Last month, Heming admitted in a candid video that she is “not good” and often gets stuck in “doom and gloom” moods.