Bruce Willis is surrounded by love from his blended family this holiday season.
Tuesday the Die Hard The actor, 67, appeared in a Christmas family photo shared by close friend and ex-wife Demi Moore on Instagram.
“We are a FAMILY!! Getting into the holiday spirit!” he captioned the group photo, which shows Willis posing with Moore and their three daughters — Tallulah, 28, Scout, 31, and Rumer, 34 — as well as wife Emma Heming Willis and their two daughters, 8-year-old Evelyn Penn and Mabel Ray, age 10.
The blended family poses in front of a wreath-wrapped staircase, with a Christmas tree right behind them, as Willis holds Tallulah’s dog, Pilaf.
Other photos included in the carousel show Willis and Heming Willis, 44, holding hands at the dinner table and smiling.
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The shots appear to be from earlier this month, when the family gathered to celebrate the holidays. Last week, Tallulah shared an Instagram photo of herself, Pilaf, and Moore, 60, cuddled up towards each other, while Willis and Pilaf appear to lock eyes.
“The laser beam communication between Pilaf and Dad is astounding 🤭🥰,” Tallulah wrote in the caption of the photo, which shows the three family members together with a garland and red ribbon hanging from a glass door in the background.
“I love my parents and family — I do I do I do! 🫂,” Tallulah added in her caption.
Tallulah wasn’t the only member of the Willis family to share some sweet moments from what appeared to be a family dinner.
Scout also shared two photos from the evening on her Instagram Story, featuring shots of Tallulah, Willis, and Heming Willis sitting together at the dinner table. In one photo, Willis is holding Pilaf, while the pulp Fiction star and his wife can be seen holding hands in another.
“Family dinner night,” Scout wrote in a caption to her story.
Willis’ family announced in March that he was “stepping away” from his decade-long acting career following his diagnosis of aphasia, a speech disorder that “impacts his cognitive abilities.”
“This is a really challenging time for our family and we greatly appreciate your continued love, compassion and support,” they added at the time. “We’re moving through this as a strong family unit and wanted to engage with his fans because we know how much he means to you, how you do to him. As Bruce always says, ‘Live it up’ and together we plan to do just that.”