The Willis family had to deal with a lot between Bruce Willis‘ diagnosed with dementia, but on March 12 they have reason to celebrate at Rumer Willis‘ baby shower. In photos from the event, which you can see here, Rumer looked stunning as she showed off her growing bust in a tight, off-the-shoulder white dress. Her mother, Demi Mooreand stepmother, Emma Heming Willis, were there to help celebrate. The women have a friendly relationship and happily pose for pictures alone and with Rumer.
Of course, Rumer sisters also present. She posed for a large group photo with Scout Willis And Tallulah Willisalong with the trio’s half-sisters, mabel10 and Evelyn8. This is Rumer and her boyfriend, Derek Richard Thomas‘, the first child together, and her family put all their energy into this sweet shower! Both pregnancy announcement back in December 2022, and in another sweet shot from the baby shower, one can see Derek kissing Rumer’s pregnant belly.
Rumer and her family seem closer than ever these days as they wear a united front monitor Bruce’s father’s health problems. In March 2022, the family announced that Bruce would be taking a break from acting due to being diagnosed with aphasia, a condition that often affects his ability to speak due to brain damage. However, almost a year later, in February 2023, they confirmed that the actor’s symptoms worsened and he was diagnosed with the disease. frontotemporal dementia.
Although Rumer’s parents (Demi and Bruce) divorced in 2000, Demi has remained a staunch supporter of Bruce, Emma and the whole family during this difficult time. She has also been brought in to share all of the family’s statements on the matter. “Since we announced Bruce’s diagnosis of aphasia in the spring of 2022, Bruce’s condition has progressed and we now have a more specific diagnosis: frontotemporal dementia (known as FTD),” the family wrote in February. “Unfortunately, communication difficulties are just one symptom of the illness Bruce faces. Although this is painful, it is a relief to finally have a clear diagnosis.”