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Suffering from dementia: Bruce Willis' wife honors their love on Valentine's Day

Suffering from dementia: Bruce Willis' wife honors their love on Valentine's Day

Bruce Willis' wife celebrated Valentine's Day by sharing a photo of them in a happy moment, long before the actor fell ill.

The 68-year-old star suffers from a form of aphasia that has progressed to frontotemporal dementia.

Emma Hemming, who was previously a model, posted a photo on Instagram where we see her in love at Niagara Falls on the Canadian side. The photo dates back to March 2010.

“Love is a beautiful thing. Wishing you all a happy Valentine's Day,” the 45-year-old wrote.

“I love this,” Tallulah Willis, 30, and her mother, Demi Moore, responded. Her sister Rumer, 35, described the post as “incredible.”

Emma Hemming and Bruce Willis met in 2007. They announced their relationship the following year and married in 2009. They have two daughters: Mabel, 11, and Evelyn, 9. Along with Tallulah and Ishaa, the franchise actor Die hard She has another daughter with Demi Moore, Scout Larue Willis, 32.

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According to media reports, several clan members are living together under one roof while Bruce Willis' illness progresses by leaps and bounds. It's unclear how much time the 68-year-old actor has left. Frontotemporal dementia affects behavior, emotions, planning, and problem solving.

We know that Mrs. Hemming will publish a book about the care provided after the diagnosis of her husband, who became famous through television and film. This book, according to her, will be a resource for people whose loved ones are currently suffering from dementia.