Bruce Willis gets dance lessons from 10-year-old daughter

Bruce Willis bent his way into the weekend.

On Friday, Emma Heming Willis, wife of the “Die Hard” actor, took to Instagram and shared an adorable video of her eldest daughter, Mabel, embarking on a move with her father.

On the Lizzo song, “About Damn Time,” the 10-year-old is seen going downstairs. When Willis, 67, tries to copy the moves, in real daddy fashion, the youngster bursts out laughing.

“Bringing that weekend strong! 💃🏽🪩🕺 #TGIF #happyfriday,” Heming Willis captioned the happy clip.

Earlier this year, the action star’s family announced via social media that he had been diagnosed with aphasia and that he would be relinquishing his decades-long career.

(Aphasia is a medical condition that can affect a person’s ability to speak, write and understand language, both oral and written, according to The Mayo Clinic).

Mabel Willis and Bruce Willis.
Mabel is the eldest daughter of his marriage to Emma Heming.

The note explained that the condition “impaired his cognitive abilities” and revealed that “this is a really challenging time for our family.”

It was signed by Heming, his ex-wife Demi Moore and his five children, Rumer, 33, Scout, 31, Tallulah, 28, Mabel, 10 and Evelyn, 8.

Emma Heming, Bruce Willis and their daughters
Bruce Willis’s wife Emma Heming posted a photo of them with their two daughters for Father’s Day.

Since then, Heming, 44, has openly shared how she struggles with her husband’s diagnosis.

“I put my family’s needs before my own, which doesn’t make me a hero,” the model told The Bump. “That amount of caring for everyone in my household negatively impacted my mental health and overall health. And it didn’t serve anyone in my family.”

Heming explained that she is now learning to “mother” herself and intentionally “make time for self-care” every day.

Last week, she posted a video of Willis standing atop Nakatomi Plaza – the site of the original “Die Hard” movie – 34 years after it was released.

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