Bruce Willis' family is always with him: "No one knows how much time he has left..."

Bruce Willis, Demi Moore
Photo: Profimedia/Instagram

The family of Bruce Willis (68) is by his side as he battles dementia. The actor spends his days with his wife Emma Heming, the ex-wife Demmy Moor and the five children.

"When Bruce was diagnosed with the disease, everyone came together to keep his family's memory intact." a source told Us Weekly.

Bruce Willis' family / Photo: Instagram/Emma Hemming Willis

"Everybody's there all the time." This experience brought the whole family even closer. "Nobody knows how much time Bruce has left, so they're soaking up every moment with him," the source added.

Tallulah Willis, Demi Moore and Bruce Willis / Photo: Instagram/Talula Willis

The source also revealed that "everything revolves around" Willis and that he's had "a lot more bad days than good" in the past few months.

Another source added that the actor "has 24-hour care, but at least one family member is always with him."

Willis also spends time with her granddaughter Luetta, which his daughter Rumer welcomed in April.

“Rumer wants Luetta to meet Bruce. She wants him to be actively involved in Luetta's life. It is a very special relationship," said the source.

Bruce and Rumer Willis / Photo: Profimedia

Willis has daughters Rumer, 35, Scout, 32, and Tallulah, 29, with Moore, 61, who he was married to from 1987 to 2000.

The actor also has daughters Mabel (11) and Evelyn (9) with Hemming (45). Bruce and the model married in 2009 and renewed their vows on their tenth anniversary, shortly before Willis' health problems came to light.

Photo: Instagram/Emma Hemming Willis

To recall, after the family of Bruce Willis announced in March 2022 that the actor had been diagnosed with aphasia and would retire from acting, it was recently revealed that he had a new diagnosis – frontotemporal dementia.

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