Emma Heming honors Bruce Willis in Father’s Day tribute

Bruce Willis is a proud girl father.

The wife of the ‘Die Hard’ star, Emma Heming, posted a sweet photo of the couple in a Father’s Day embrace with their daughters, Mabel (10) and Evelyn (8) on Sunday.

“Happy Father’s Day to this fun, loving, generous, big hearted girl. We just love you,” she captioned her Instagram tribute.

Willis, who also shares Rumer, 33, Scout, 30, and Tallulah, 28 with his first wife, Demi Moore, has been the subject of several Father’s Day posts.

“Daddy. What a privilege it is every day to be your daughter,” Rumer wrote, capping a retrospective photo of herself sitting on her father’s shoulders.

“I love you so much. You’re the coolest cat in town,” she added.

Bruce Willis and Emma Heming look at each other outside.
Heming paid tribute to her husband on Father’s Day.
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Rumer also shared a slew of old snaps of the recently retired actor on her Instagram story, including one featuring his iconic side smile.

“This grin is one of my favorite things I got from you,” Rumer wrote.

Tallulah also took to social media to celebrate her A-list father.

“You are by far my coolest friend,” she captioned a photo of the couple.

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Willis’s composite family released a joint statement in March regarding his aphasia diagnosis.
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“You showed me how to love people from a smile, that power is in the self-serving goofball, taught me this neat way to grow and lengthen your arms to keep as many people close and cozy as possible.”

Willis’s blended family got together in March to release a joint statement revealing that he was ending his career after he was diagnosed with aphasia.

“To Bruce’s wonderful supporters, as a family we wanted to share that our beloved Bruce has had some health issues and was recently diagnosed with aphasia, which is impacting his cognitive abilities,” the statement read.

Bruce Willis and Emma Heming on a red carpet.
The “Die Hard” star has retired from acting due to the condition.
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“As a result, and with great care, Bruce is stepping away from the career that has meant so much to him. As Bruce always says, ‘Live it up’, and together we plan to do that.”

Aphasia, a condition that usually occurs after a stroke or head injury, can affect a person’s ability to speak, write, and understand language. Treatment includes speech and language therapies, according to the Mayo Clinic.

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