Rumer Willis flaunted her toned legs and round back as she stepped out to the mall in Los Angeles this week.
Bruce Willis and Demi Moore’s 33-year-old daughter was spotted wearing a pair of tiny shorts on her most recent outing.
She can be seen pushing a shopping cart into a location of the healthy food supermarket chain Erewhon.
She’s gone: Rumer Willis flaunted her toned legs and toned bust as she stepped out to a Los Angeles shopping mall this week
Rumer teamed the shorts with a white crop top and sneakers, and outfitted it with a snakeskin stitched handbag.
To avoid the California rays with a pair of large sunglasses, she let her fiery red curls fall down and put on some curls.
Her latest sighting came after Bruce, 67, retired from acting as he struggled with aphasia of the brain condition, which causes poor language abilities.
An insider told People his family are ‘doing whatever they can’ for him and ‘have rallied around him a lot to help Bruce deal with what’s to come.’
Long legs: Bruce Willis and Demi Moore’s 33-year-old daughter was spotted wearing a pair of tiny shorts for the most recent outing
Bruce’s mixed family released a joint statement at the end of March announcing that he is ‘stepping away from a career that means so much to him.’
The statement revealed that he ‘has been experiencing a number of health problems and has recently been diagnosed with aphasia, which is affecting his cognitive abilities.’
Demi and the three daughters she shares with Bruce – Rumer, 33, Scout, 30, and Tallulah, 28 – were all signatories to the statement.
Bruce’s current wife is Emma Heming, 43, and the two young daughters they have together – Mabel, 10, and Evelyn, seven.
A place in the sun: Shielding herself from the California rays with a pair of large sunglasses, she let her fiery red locks fall down and put on some bangs.
The family is now focused on cherishing the happy memories they can create together, such as Mabel turning 10 years old on April Fools’ Day last week.
‘Emma is especially grateful for the daughters she shares with Bruce. Everyone is focused on all the happy moments they can share,’ said a People insider.
Although the root cause of his aphasia has not been made public, a friend told The Sun that some of his relatives believe his condition may be related to a head injury that he got it on the set of Tears Of The Sun in 2002.
Bruce sued the production company, claiming to have suffered ‘significant mental and physical trauma’ after being struck by a special effects explosive called a ‘squib.’ The parties reached a settlement in 2005 with the details of which remain confidential.
Chore: Rumer teamed shorts with a white crop top and sneakers, outfitted with a snakeskin stitched handbag
However, Joe Pancake, the film’s special effects expert, said Bruce was not hit by a ‘hot seashell’, not a vampire, and that ‘the judge laughed at him out of court. judgment.’
Joe told DailyMail.com last week: “In my 38 years of experience, I know they don’t just fly up and hit you in the head. ‘He was trying to put the blame on my department. He dragged my name through the mud for two years. It’s a bull. ‘
Joe added: ‘After all his accusations they made him show his medical records and you know what the doctor prescribed him? Tylenol. ‘
‘We’re moving through this’: Bruce’s mixed family released a joint statement a week ago announcing he is ‘leaving a career that means a lot to him’
Bruce’s mixed family got along so well that before that Bruce was isolated in Idaho with Emma, Demi, and all of his daughters.
Since the family publicly announced Bruce’s retirement, fans have flocked to social media to share their love of the Die Hard icon.
The Razzie Awards even decided to cancel a special category they had previously announced: ‘Worst performance by Bruce Willis in a 2021 film’.
“I was hoping for some love and compassion, I truly could NEVER have foreseen the depth and breadth of love we received as a family yesterday,” Scout wrote. on Instagram amid a flood of affection for her father.
So sweet: Rumer is pictured as a little girl in a snap with her father she posted to her Instagram page last week
Following the news, the Los Angeles Times reported that colleagues had worried about his cognitive health for years.
Sources told the newspaper that Bruce would need to wear headphones on set to be able to hear his lines if he continued.
While filming American Siege in 2020, he was even photographed wearing what appeared to be a headset.
Source: | Dailymail.co.uk