Rumer Willis ‘misses’ her father Bruce Willis amid his dementia battle
Rumer Willis shared a nice tribute to her father Bruce Willis while he is fighting depression and now he is speechless.
Rumer Division, 35, a picture back of the pair together when she was a child and said she “misses him today”.
“I really miss my papa today,” Rumer captioned her post on Tuesday.
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One fan commented below: “It’s still in there, sweet girl. Sometimes it may be difficult for him to express it. His love for you will never change ❤️.”
“Keep talking to him. He hears you. He understands you. He knows you. He loves you like you always will. He’s still there,” said another.
He comes after her sister Tallulah she posted a series of pictures of herself back on it Instagram with their Hollywood star father and they said she was “so proud” to be his daughter and to have a name
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“Damn, these pictures are hitting tonight. Yes [sic] all my damn heart and me [sic] so proud to be Tallulah Belle Bruce Willis,” she wrote.
In one photo, Tallulah is standing in a A hard death jersey, in a nod to his iconic action series of the same name
In another photo, the pair were joking while sitting on a sofa.
Earlier this month, Tallulah he updated his fans on her father’s condition, when she appeared to him The Drew Barrymore show. He is fighting frontotemporal dementia (FTD).
“He has a very aggressive mental illness, a very rare form of dementia,” she said.
“It is also, that I think, in this respect, that I have learned the best thing that you can ask for.”
Being open about Bruce’s progress is “important,” Tallulah said, adding that his family’s goal is to “spread awareness about FTD.”
“If we take something that we’re struggling with as a family, individually, to help other people, to turn it around, to make something beautiful about it – that’s very special to us,” she said.
According to the Mayo ClinicFTD is an umbrella term for a group of brain disorders that primarily affect the frontal and temporal lobes of the brain. These areas of the brain are usually associated with personality, behavior and language.”
Bruce’s friend and The lights of the moon colleague Glenn Gordon Caron told the New York Post that the actor is non-verbal, saying that “all these language skills are no longer available to him, and yet he is still Bruce.”
– Additional reporting by CNN
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