With pictures and comments dripping with love… Bruce Willis, is having a warm Father’s Day

The American star, Bruce Willis, received a warm family celebration on Father’s Day, for the first time after being diagnosed with “frontotemporal dementia”, and thus permanently removed from the artwork, since March of last year, according to “Today  .

In February of last year, Willis, who is 67, received a diagnosis of frontotemporal dementia.

A photo was posted on Instagram by Emma Heming Willis, the wife of “Die Hard” star. The photo shows her partner and their 11-year-old daughter, Mabel, sitting on a wicker bench.

The father was tenderly placing a gentle kiss on his daughter’s forehead while she rested her head on his chest.

The mother left a comment on the picture saying: “On Father’s Day, I want to express my deep appreciation and respect for Bruce as I watch him fulfill his role as a father to our young children.”

She stated that even if a certain practice is not considered traditional, the values it instills such as unconditional love, kindness, courage, compassion, patience, and generosity will be passed on to future generations.

In her comment, she used emotional words and wished a happy Father’s Day to the best father she has ever known. She emphasized that he will always be a valuable part of their family.

Demi Moore, who is the ex-wife of Willis and also a superstar, shared a black and white picture of the father of their three daughters – Rumer (34), Scout (31), and Tallulah (29).

The picture showed the veteran star with his three daughters when they were young, all of them sticking their tongues out in a funny way. Moore commented on the photo, expressing gratitude towards Bruce Willis for giving her these three beautiful girls. She wished him a Happy Father’s Day.

After being diagnosed with dementia, Scout posted a message on social media expressing that the day was difficult for them.

She said, “The depth of our love for someone is revealed through our sadness. Knowing the true meaning of love requires us to bear the cost of sadness always.”

“I offer my love to anyone who possesses a profound sense of love, empathy, and concern for others’ sufferings.”

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