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Rumer Willis gives update on dad Bruce’s dementia diagnosis: He’s so ‘beloved’

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Bruce Willis’ eldest daughter, Rumer Willis, shared an update on his dementia diagnosis at the premiere of her new film, “My Divorce Party,” in Beverly Hills.“He’s great.

Yeah, yeah, doing OK. Thank you so much for asking,” she told Fox News Digital on Wednesday.“I think, for me, through this experience, what’s been so incredible is my dad is so beloved, and that’s been so evident in the transparency with which we’ve been sharing,” she went on.“And I think if there’s any way sharing our experience brings hope — whatever comes forward as a family — that can have an effect and bring any sort of hope, comfort to someone else experiencing that, then to me, that’s … everything.”Rumer, 35, and the rest of her blended family announced in 2022 that Bruce, 69, was retiring from acting after being diagnosed with aphasia.

In February 2023, they’d go on to reveal that his condition worsened and that he had been diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia.Rumer is one of Bruce’s daughters with Demi Moore, 61.

The exes were married from 1987 to 2000 and are also parents of Scout, 32, and Tallulah, 30.Bruce also shares daughters Mabel, 11, and Evelyn, 9, with his second wife, Emma Heming Willis, 45.

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