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Bruce Willis’ daughter Tallulah Willis has admitted looking at old photos of the Hollywood star has been difficult recently.
The family of the Die Hard star, 68, confirmed in March 2022 that he had been diagnosed with aphasia, a condition that affects language processing and communication skills.
In February this year, they confirmed he had sadly progressed to Frontotemporal dementia, which caused him to step away from acting.
On Tuesday night, Tallulah, 29, took to Instagram to share some snaps of the two together from a few years ago.
“Damn, these photos are hitting tonight,” she wrote in the caption.
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“Youre my whole damn heart and Im so proud to be your Tallulah Belle Bruce Willis.” (sic)
As seen in the caption, her post also revealed Tallulah has a close connection with her famous dad that might surprise some of her followers.
She included her driver’s license in the Instagram carousel, revealing that Bruce is one of her middle names.
Her other photos began with the father-daughter pair cuddling up on an armchair at home, both beaming from ear to ear.
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Another shot featured Bruce in his younger years seemingly performing on stage.
Tallulah’s last photo saw the duo looking casual on their driveway, with Bruce’s daughter donning a gray sweater that reads “Die Hard” in tribute to one of the actor’s most iconic movies.
The post received hundreds of comments from friends and followers wishing the family well.
Fellow Hollywood star Kate Beckinsale replied: “In it together I will always be here for you.”
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Bruce’s wife Emma Heming Willis recently admitted that she “freaked out” when she started looking into his dementia symptoms further.
“I didn’t know where to go, what to look up, I’m looking things up and it’s freaking me out,” she said on her YouTube series, Make Time To Connect.
“There wasn’t a lot [of information about FTD] but you guys popped up,” she told her viewers.
“I started listening and I felt like, ‘Oh my gosh I’m so grateful to hear other people’s stories.’”
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