Belfast Telegraph

Friday 6 March 2015

Demi Moore 'heading to therapy camp'

Demi Moore
Demi Moore

Bruce Willis has apparently urged his ex-wife Demi Moore to attend a family therapy camp with their three daughters.

The actress' relationship with her three children - Rumer, 24, Scout, 21, and Tallulah, 19 - has been under strain since she split from her husband Ashton Kutcher. According to reports, the girls have become frustrated with Demi's erratic behaviour and they haven't spent much quality time together as a family. It has now been claimed that Demi's ex-husband Bruce Willis staged an intervention to persuade her to repair her rift with their kids.

"They have barely spoken in a year, so Bruce decided enough was enough and called Demi. He said he felt it was his duty as a father to intervene as the broken relationship appeared to be having an impact on them emotionally," a source told British magazine Grazia. "Since then, Demi and her girls have met up a few times at Bruce's home and are now due to attend a facility in California to confront their demons through counselling and spending quality time together. The girls were a bit apprehensive at first, but they really do miss their mother."

Demi, 50, was last seen with her three daughters at Tallulah's graduation in June last year.

Tensions between Demi and Rumer are believed to be especially strained since Demi began dating Rumer's ex-boyfriend Harry Morton. It now appears her romance with Harry is heating up and Demi is aware of how this could affect Rumer.

"Harry has been staying over and they are talking about him moving in permanently. This is a big issue that Demi needs to confront with Rumer," a source explained.

Demi has clearly been making more of an effort to see her children. Last week she was spotted leaving a yoga class with Rumer and she is determined to win over her family again.

"Demi is desperate to show the girls how sorry she is. She's under no illusion that everything will go back to normal immediately, but she's prepared to do whatever it takes to get them back," an insider added.

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