‘Proud’ Tallulah Willis shares old photos with dad Bruce after his dementia diagnosis: ‘My whole damn heart’

Tallulah Willis is taking a walk down memory lane.

The youngest daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore shared a series of old photos of the “Die Hard” star late Tuesday to look back at their lives before he was diagnosed with dementia.

A couple of the photos show Tallulah, 29, holding hands with her father in different settings while another one shows Bruce performing with a band.

“Damn, these photos are hitting tonight,” she captioned the Instagram carousel.

“Youre [sic] my whole damn heart and Im [sic] so proud to be your Tallulah Belle Bruce Willis.”

The “Whole Nine Yards” star’s family shared in February that his initial diagnosis of aphasia had worsened to frontotemporal dementia.

“Damn, these photos are hitting tonight,” she wrote.
“Youre [sic] my whole damn heart and Im [sic] so proud to be your Tallulah Belle Bruce Willis.”

“We have been so moved by the love you have all shared for our dear husband, father, and friend during this difficult time,” his family said in a statement at the time.

“Your continued compassion, understanding, and respect will enable us to help Bruce live as full a life as possible.”

Last month, however, the creator of “Moonlighting” revealed that Bruce, 68, was “not totally verbal.”

The “Die Hard” star retired from acting whern he was intially diagnosed with aphasia.

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“My sense is the first one to three minutes he knows who I am,” Glenn Gordon Caron told The Post of his visits with Bruce.

“He’s not totally verbal; he used to be a voracious reader — he didn’t want anyone to know that — and he’s not reading now. All those language skills are no longer available to him, and yet he’s still Bruce.”

His family updated fans in February telling them the “Whole Nine Yards” star had been diagnosed with dementia.
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Caron, 69, noted that visiting the “Glass” star made him realize Bruce’s “joie de vivre is gone.”

Bruce’s wife Emma Heming, who has been providing updates about her husband’s condition, shared in September that she wasn’t sure if he was aware of his condition.

“Dementia is hard,” Heming, 45, admitted to “Today” co-anchor Hoda Kotb.

“It’s hard on the person diagnosed, it’s also hard on the family, and that is no different for Bruce, or myself, or our girls.

“When they say this is a family disease, it really is.”

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