Since Bruce Willis was diagnosed with dementia, the actress has collaborated with his wife Emma Hemming Willis to assist in his care.
Demi Moore is said to be residing with her ex-husband Bruce Willis and his new wife, Emma Heming Willis, as well as the Heming-Willis’ two small children, Mabel Willis, and Evelyn Willis since the ‘Die Hard‘ star was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia.
The “Women of Willis/Moore” issued a combined statement to reveal the February 2023 diagnosis, following Willis’ retirement from performing in 2022 due to aphasia.
The new housing situation for Willis and his family
Moore has moved in with Willis and his new family to help care for him as his health deteriorates.
“Demi has settled in and will not be going until the finish,” an insider said. “At first, no one outside the family understood Demi’s decision to live with her husband and his new wife, but it now makes logic.”
“Demi has been an anchor for the family and is resolved to fill every day Bruce has left on earth with affection,” the insider added.
Will this change become permanent?
While the insider claimed that Demi Moore was not “moving until the very end,” her team informed Radar that the ‘Ghost’ star does not intend to make a long-term commitment to living with Bruce and Emma Willis, but will remain for as long as required.
Another insider claimed that Demi Moore “never left” the pandemic container, and that “now Bruce will depart before she does.”
During the epidemic, the 60-year-old actor allegedly resided in Sun Valley, Idaho, with the Willis family and their girls. Bruce Willis and Demi Moore have three adult children: Rumer Glenn Willis, 34, Scout LaRue Willis, 31, and Tallulah Belle Willis, 29.