- Demi Moore and Bruce Willis are two friendly exes who have decided to quarantine together
- The stars are currently quarantined together with their three daughters
- Their 12-year-marriage ended in 2000
Movie stars Demi Moore and Bruce Willis have become the friendliest of exes amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The two stars, whose 12-year-marriage ended in 2000, are currently quarantined together with their three daughters, Rumer, 31, Scout, 28 and Tallulah, 26.
The family has been posting happy pics on social media while quarantined at their home.
ABC News reports that Tallulah explained on Monday on Instagram that they have been hunkered down for 27 days and "taking every precaution" against the coronavirus.
Demi has shared a picture of the happy family with her fans on social media.
She captioned it:
Willis' current wife, Emma Heming Willis, also supports the family's decision to quarantine together.
She commented on Demi's picture:
"At its finest. Love and miss you guys."
About two weeks ago, Demi posted an old picture of the family when Willis was celebrating his birthday.
"Happy birthday Bruce! Thank you for the three greatest gifts of my life."
Tallulah has also posted a video where her father is cutting her hair.
Emma again commented:
"This is actually melting my heart."
Demi, 57, and Willis, 65, were married from 1987 until 2000. She went on to marry actor Ashton Kutcher, though they split in 2011.
Willis wed Heming Willis in 2009 and they have two daughters together, Mabel, 8, and Evelyn, 5, ABC News reports.
The family's fans are also happy that they are spending this time together.
"Y'all have got to have one of the best families ever! To see you all bond after all this time, trials, lessons, and blessings! I adore it and so many should take a lesson."
"Omg this is the best thing I’ve seen this whole quarantine!!!"
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