"Your energy is infectious. You can light a whole room with your smile and warmth," Emma wrote.
Bruce Willis and Emma Heming Willis are celebrating as their daughter turns a year older! On April 1, Emma, 44, wrote a moving note for her daughter, Mabel Ray on Instagram, along with a montage of adorable family pictures and videos of her, Mabel, and Bruce, 68, set to The Cure's Pictures of You.
"Happy 11th Birthday Mabel Ray!" wrote Emma in the caption, per PEOPLE. "Your energy is infectious. You can light a whole room with your smile and warmth. How you love and care for your family and friends is beautiful to witness. Keep shining my love and always remember to #liveitup," the proud mama wrote.
Emma, who married Bruce in 2009, is a mom to 8-year-old Evelyn Penn and Mabel with Bruce. Emma recently shared an adorable video of herself dancing with her two daughters out on the street to Harry Styles' Daylight on Instagram. Before mom joins them, the two girls are seen in the video dancing in the street, whirling around with one another. The three of them were seen wearing beautiful colorful summer outfits, per PEOPLE.
The blended Willis-Moore family also has Rumer, 34, Scout, 31, and Tallulah, 29, the daughters of Bruce and his ex-wife Demi Moore. Last month, as Bruce turned 68, the blended family all came together to celebrate the momentous occasion. "He is pure love. He is so loved. And I'll be loving him always. Happy Birthday my sweet," Emma wrote in a tribute on Instagram to her husband. "My birthday wish for Bruce is that you continue to keep him in your prayers and highest vibrations because his sensitive Pisces soul will feel it," added Emma. "Thank you so much for loving and caring for him too."
Nearly a year after his family originally revealed in March 2022 that Bruce had been diagnosed with aphasia and would be giving up performing, Emma shared on Instagram in February that Bruce had been diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia (FTD), per PEOPLE. "Bruce's condition has progressed and we now have a more specific diagnosis: frontotemporal dementia," wrote Emma. "Unfortunately, challenges with communication are just one symptom of the disease Bruce faces. While this is painful, it is a relief to finally have a clear diagnosis."
When the family revealed the diagnosis last month, they said in a group statement, "Bruce has always found joy in life — and has helped everyone he knows to do the same. It has meant the world to see that sense of care echoed back to him and to all of us. We have been so moved by the love you have all shared for our dear husband, father, and friend during this difficult time."
"Your continued compassion, understanding, and respect will enable us to help Bruce live as full a life as possible," they concluded.
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