Demi Moore has ‘Moved in’ with Ex-Husband Bruce Willis and will not Leave ‘Until the Very End’


Recent reports have circulated that Demi Moore has moved in with her ex-husband Bruce Willis and his current wife, Emma Hemming, to help care for Willis as he battles dementia. Sources close to the family have claimed that Moore “has been a rock” for the family and is determined to ensure that Willis’s remaining days are “filled with love.”

The heartbreaking news of Willis’s diagnosis with frontotemporal dementia was announced on February 16th. This diagnosis comes after it was revealed that the actor had aphasia, a language disorder that affects a person’s ability to communicate. Willis was forced to step away from acting in March 2022 due to his condition, which typically occurs after a brain injury or stroke.

Moore and Hemming, who share two young daughters, are reportedly helping each other out during this difficult time. The two have become very close as Willis’s health continues to deteriorate. “Demi has been in constant contact with Bruce and Emma,” a source reportedly said earlier this year, adding, “She’s taking every opportunity she can to spend time with him.” The family has been spending as much time with the legendary action hero as they can. “They know he won’t be around forever,” another insider spilled, adding, “So they’re cherishing every single moment.”

Despite their divorce, Moore and Willis have remained close friends over the years. They were married for 11 years and share three daughters: Rumer, 34, Scout, 31, and Tallulah, 28. The family is reportedly hoping for a miracle, especially considering that Willis’s daughter Rumer is pregnant with his first grandchild.

However, the actor’s decline has been particularly difficult for his oldest children to witness. “It’s been painful to see him deteriorate,” the source said, adding, “The older girls miss the old Bruce — the one who used to tease them about their boyfriends and give them unsolicited advice.”

Despite rumors of Moore moving in to help care for Willis, a representative for the actress has denied that she has “gone all in” on the living arrangement. Still, sources close to the family claim that Moore “never left” after staying with them through the pandemic. “Now Bruce will leave before she does,” the source added.

While the family continues to grapple with Willis’s illness, they are reportedly cherishing every moment they have with him. The news of his diagnosis has brought Willis’s ex-wife and current wife closer together as they support each other through this difficult time.

Leave a Reply