The Willis family as a whole shared some tender moments from what appeared to be a family dinner.
Tallulah Belle Willis, 28, posted a photo on Instagram on Wednesday with, her dog Pilaf, her mom Demi Moore, 60, and her dad Bruce Willis, 60, cuddling close together and she herself can be seen smiling with everyone. With a sweet comment, Tallulah showcased her love for her parents in the Christmas picture. The photo in which Bruce is seen making direct eye contact with the dog was captioned, "The laser beam communication between Pilaf and Papa is stunning," adding "I love my parents and my family - I do I do I do!"
The Willis family as a whole shared some tender moments from what appeared to be a family dinner. Tallulah, Bruce, and Emma Heming Willis were seen seated together at a dinner table in two snaps Scout Willis posted on Tuesday to her Instagram Story, per PEOPLE. The Die Hard actor and his wife Emma can be seen holding hands in one of Scout, and Bruce's arms around Pilaf in another. Scout captioned her Story with the words "Family dinner night!"
Bruce and his ex-wife Moore were married from 1987 to 2001, and share daughters Rumer, 34, and Scout, 31 other than Tallulah. Since being married to Emma in 2009, Bruce and she have had two kids, Evelyn Penn, 8, and Mabel Ray, 10.
Rumer commended her parents' abilities to create a strong co-parenting dynamic after divorcing in October 2021. "I'm so grateful that we have all really strived to have really deep and meaningful and honest communication," she had told PEOPLE at the time. Rumer added her gratitude for her parents' efforts throughout her childhood, saying, "I never felt like I had to choose between them."
"I have a lot of friends who grew up with parents who got divorced at a young age and I watched their parents, like, pit them against each other or have to choose between holidays," the singer-actress added. "And I didn't have to do that, and I feel so grateful that my parents made it such a priority that we could be a family, even though it looked different."
The entire Moore-Willis family made headlines earlier in the COVID-19 outbreak when they were quarantined together in Idaho. Rumer feels like it was amazing to be together and "have so much time," even though they all live close by in California. "Just to be able to really spend quality time and be outside and be in our family home and be not only with my sisters and my mom and their partners but my little sisters and my dad and my stepmom," she said, adding, "It was a time that I, like, in a lot of ways, even though it was really challenging for the world, I am deeply grateful for it because I don't know if we would have gotten that time together otherwise."
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