A week after the media outlet Closer Weekly announced it Bruce Willis He no longer recognizes his ex-wife Demi MooreAnd now Tallulah is the one who spoke about her father’s health on Drew Barrymore’s talk show, where she tried to give a positive perspective on the topic.
“He’s the same, and in that sense I’ve learned that this is the best thing you could ask for. I see love when I’m with him, and he’s my father and he loves me, which is really special,” Tallulah answered when Drew asked her about his father’s condition.
The youngest daughter of Willis and Demi Moore explained that her father suffers from a really aggressive and strange type of cognitive illness, which is the reason for her and her family, including the actor’s second wife, the model. Emma Hemmingit’s important to talk about this condition and raise awareness about it, which is why they’ve been so open in communicating the “Die Hard” star’s disease progression.
“If we can take something from what we struggle with as a family, individually,
“Helping other people, changing things, doing something nice about it, that’s really special to us,” Tallulah said.
Willis’s daughter explained that she is now focusing on spending time with her father, whether playing the guitar or remembering part of his story through photographs, and is trying to record as much of these moments as possible with the actor, so that she can remember him. It is no longer there.
“One of the things that was very nice for me to heal from all of this was to become a kind of archaeologist in my father’s world, with his little things.” Last year the actor was diagnosed Loss of ability to speaka neurological disease that affects speech, forced Bruce Willis to retire, but a year later it was revealed that this was only a symptom of the real condition, Frontotemporal dementiaIt is a progressive neurological disorder that undermines cognition and memory.
Read also: ‘Moonlighting’ author says dementia would have killed Bruce Willis’ joy in life
“Social media guru. Falls down a lot. Freelance coffee fanatic. Tv enthusiast. Gamer. Web lover. Unapologetic troublemaker.”