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Thursday 28 May 2015

Demi Moore 'wants to be healthy mom'

Demi Moore
Demi Moore

Demi Moore reportedly wants to ensure she's "fully recovered" before going ahead with adoption.

There has been speculation the actress is considering giving a home to a child following the breakdown of her marriage to Ashton Kutcher. The pair apparently started the process when they were together, but called it off when they began to experience difficulties.

Although Demi would love to be a mother again, she knows she has to focus on herself first. The star needed professional help in the aftermath of her split from Ashton.

"The one thing that's in the way at the moment, though, is her health. She wants to make sure she's fully recovered after rehab before she goes ahead with this," a source told Grazia magazine.

It doesn't mean Demi has stopped investigating adoption though. She has apparently been inspired by Madonna, who has two adopted children.

"Demi has worked closely with Madonna's charity Raising Malawi and the idea of adopting an African child has been discussed," the insider added.

Demi has three daughters with her ex-husband Bruce Willis.

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