Bruce Willis and Emma Heming have been wed for well over a decade. Heming is keeping her promise to marry in sickness and in health despite the fact that the celebrity has been given the diagnosis of frontotemporal dementia.

She can’t help but go back on certain memories of Bruce from when he was healthier, though.

After learning that her spouse had frontotemporal dementia, Emma Heming continued on. In order to ensure that her husband gets the greatest care possible, the former model is collaborating with dementia experts.

She recently shared a photo on Instagram of herself and a person who assists families in learning how to work with dementia, whom she identified as Teepa Snow. Heming noted that Snow is giving her more tools for her “dementia care toolbox” by teaching her new talents.

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Although facing a severe condition, Bruce Willis heroically performs in the “Detective Knight” teaser. Aphasia

A poignant passage about her father’s failing health is written by Bruce Willis’ daughter.

Heming is obviously committed to giving her spouse the best care possible. But this week, she learned about Instagram’s newest function. Instagram’s memories feature displays any images or videos you’ve previously submitted to the app. Heming was also shown a remembrance of praise she had posted for her on Twitter a year earlier.

She reposted the video and added a new caption saying, “What’s this new Memory thingy on IG!? Omg, my biggest fan. I’m in love with him.”

According to the video, Bruce is “passionate” with his wife’s skincare line, Cocobaba. It is obvious that Heming may be daydreaming about a time when Willis was performing better than he is currently.

Recently, images of the celebrity showing him out and about in Los Angeles and drinking coffee surfaced. Willis has maintained a low profile ever since receiving his initial aphasia diagnosis, making this sighting of him unusual.

Regarding Bruce’s health and diagnosis, the family has been extraordinarily open and transparent. They previously released a message on Instagram describing the action star’s health situation. “Our family wanted to start by expressing our deepest gratitude for the incredible outpouring of love, support and wonderful stories we have all received since sharing Bruce’s original diagnosis,” wrote his daughter Rumer Willis in a letter to the editor.

She continued, “In the spirit of that, we wanted to give you an update about our beloved husband, father and friend since we now have a deeper understanding of what he is experiencing.

“Since we announced Bruce’s diagnosis of aphasia in spring 2022, Bruce’s condition has progressed and we now have a more specific diagnosis: frontotemporal dementia (known as FTD).”

She said that despite the discomfort, they were nonetheless appreciative that Willis had been given the right diagnosis at last.

Actor Bruce Willis apparently struggled with his deteriorating cognitive abilities, so directors who had previously worked with him reportedly tried to make things as simple as possible for the actor.

The cast and crew of the last film the actor is scheduled to perform in, White Elephant, claim that they would “feed” him lines, and sometimes he would not even understand the words, only mimicking what he had been told.

A crew member later commented on the situation saying, “It was less of an annoyance and more like: ‘How do we not make Bruce look bad?’

“Someone would give him a line and he didn’t understand what it meant. He was just being puppeted.”

We are sending the Willis family our best wishes as they navigate this difficult time. Please join us in sending them your thoughts and prayers.