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Rumer Willis reunites with ex Jayson Blair

Published 15/07/2016

Rumer Willis
Rumer Willis

The 27-year-old star has yet to comment on the rekindled relationship.

Actress/singer Rumer Willis has made her reunion with former boyfriend Jayson Blair official by stepping out together for an event in Los Angeles.

The eldest daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore previously called it quits with Jayson in November, 2013 after dating for over a year.

However, she has been hinting at a romantic reconciliation in recent weeks after sharing a photo of herself at dinner with The Hard Times of RJ Berger actor last month (Jun16). He popped up on her Instagram page again 10 days later, as a bikini-clad Rumer posted a topless snap of Jayson appearing to pat her butt while posing poolside.

On Thursday (14Jul16), the couple made their first public appearance together since reuniting as Rumer and Jayson attended the launch of the OUE Skyspace attraction in Los Angeles.

The 27-year-old actress wore a sexy little black dress with plunging neckline for the occasion, while Jayson, 32, opted for a sleek grey suit and white shirt.

Rumer has yet to publicly comment on her rekindled romance, but she previously gushed about how close they were back in 2013.

"We care and have so much respect for each other," she told Us Weekly magazine at the time. "There's not really much we wouldn't do for each other."

Describing how they like to spend their down time, she continued, "More than anything, we just spend a lot of time together. It's not about doing anything crazy - it's about cooking dinner together, relaxing, spending time. That's everything to us. We're not going out anymore - we're just enjoying each other's time."

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