Bruce Willis’s wife gives an update on the actor’s health status.
Once again, Emma Heming, wife of actor Bruce Willis, has released information about the health of the Hollywood star.
Last February, Willis was confirmed to have frontotemporal dementia (FTD), prompting the actor to announce his retirement in March 2022.
Initially, doctors diagnosed aphasia, but in early 2023, the family issued a statement clarifying that it was a different condition.
Because of this, Bruce Willis, best known for his roles in films such as “Die Hard” and “The Fifth Element,” has slowly faded out of the public eye to focus on his family.
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Recently, Emma Hemming used her official Instagram account to talk about the health of Willis, whom she married in 2009 after his divorce from Demi Moore in 2000.
In this space, he thanked everyone, including fans, who have been keeping a tab on the 68-year-old veteran actor’s condition, who have been continuously sending him messages of support.
She also shared the harsh reality that she finds herself facing a difficult situation, but she believes that she is lucky to have the support of caring people.
Hemming mentions his meeting with Max Lugavere, who is promoting the documentary “Little Empty Boxes”, in which he recounts his mother Cathy’s battle with dementia.
By educating himself on what he can do to help his mom, Max has shown powerful love and inspiring motivation to seek answers from brain health experts, and he has generously shared that information.
Emma feels it would be a disservice if the documentary isn’t screened to her sooner, and thanks Max for being brave and sharing his journey and highlighting the importance of brain health.
Bruce Willis’ condition prompted his wife to use social media to keep fans informed and express her gratitude for the support she has received.