Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 28 January 2015

Bruce Willis kept Demi divorce civil

Bruce Willis
Bruce Willis

Bruce Willis and Demi Moore never "washed their dirty laundry" in public because of their children.

The former couple has three daughters - Rumer, Scout and Tallulah. They divorced in 2000 after 13 years of marriage and Bruce remains pleased with the way they handled the separation.

"We both never wanted to wash our dirty laundry in public. We did this for our kids," he said.

Bruce is now married to Emma Heming and they have three-month-old daughter Mabel together. Family is the most important thing to Bruce and he always puts his loved ones at the centre of his life.

"I am very proud of my daughters. I would do anything for them. And of course for my wife Emma. And probably even for Demi," he told German magazine In.

Meanwhile, Demi is reportedly eager to speed up her divorce proceedings.

The actress split from Ashton Kutcher last year following allegations he was unfaithful on their wedding anniversary.

However, the pair are still married and it was claimed the actress had been dragging her feet about filing for divorce.

"Demi had put it off because there was a time when she thought they'd get back together. But she's seen the light," a source told UK magazine Grazia.

"She wants the divorce pushed through within the month."

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