Bruce Willis and Demi Moore's daughter Rumer shares sweet pictures of new baby girl.

Bruce Willis and Demi Moore's daughter Rumer has welcomed a baby girl named Louetta Isley Thomas Willis, with her partner, Derek Richard Thomas.

The 34-year-old shared the happy news on her Instagram page.

"You are pure magic," she wrote.

"Born at home on Tuesday April 18th. You are more than we ever dreamed of."

Watch: Demi Moore discusses the childhood moment that shaped her. Post continues after video.

Video via GMA.

And isn't she just?! 


"Pure love for this little birdie," Demi commented on the post.

Demi posted a picture with her daughters' in December attending an ultrasound with Rumer and her siblings Scout and Tallulah.

"Saying hello to the little nibblet!! Overjoyed for you, my sweet Rumer," she captioned an Instagram post at the time.


As the family celebrate their latest arrival, we couldn't resist a look back at the Willis/Moore brood. 

Demi Moore


Demi Moore, 60, continues to act. In 2017, she joined the cast of Empire and appeared alongside Scarlett Johansson and Zoë Kravitz in the comedy Rough Night

In September 2019, she published her memoir, Inside Outwhich quickly became a New York Times bestseller. In 2020, she appeared in Michael Bay's pandemic-themed thriller Songbird and landed the lead in the drama series, Dirty Diana.

She appeared in two films last year, Please Baby Please and The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent.

During lockdown in 2020, the actress, her daughters and her ex-husband, Bruce Willis, quarantined together in a house in Idaho, along with various other family members. 

They posted photos and videos of themselves reading, posing for photoshoots and bonding outdoors. 

Read about Demi Moore's relationship with Bruce Willis here.


Most recently, their blended family – three daughters, Bruce Willis, his wife Emma Heming Willis, and their two children – spent Christmas together.


Rumer Willis

Rumer Willis, 34, is an actress and singer. She's been in movies including Hostage, The House Bunny, Sorority Row and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

In 2020, when appearing on Jada Pinkett Smith's Facebook Watch show, Red Table Talk, she opened up about how she lost her virginity at 18 years old to an "older man".

"When I lost my virginity when I was 18, I was more concerned with the shame that I was feeling at not having done it," she told Pinkett Smith. 

"I was not abused, or it wasn't rape, but I didn't say yes. I wasn't gung-ho about it. But I also didn't say no. I just let it happen."


Rumer began 'Sober January' six years ago and hasn't had a sip of alcohol since. 

"Part of [what kept me going] is my personality. I'm perfectionistic and so there's this part of me that was like, 'Oh I have a month? Well, I can't go back now.' I made it a challenge for myself," she said.

In an interview with American Addiction Centres on Instagram Live, Rumer admitted she realised her addiction had become a real problem when she began having panic attacks. 

"When I would drink, I think obviously because it lowers your inhibitions, it gave me this false sense of confidence and I was almost using it as a tool… as a way to be this version of myself [that] I thought was smarter, funnier, more confident, more interesting," she said. 

"And it's a lie, it's completely a lie. And it's this illusion of somehow you're this magical, sparkly version of yourself when you are drinking."


Despite the difficulty of growing up in the spotlight, she said she wouldn't ever call herself a victim. 

"I would never say, 'Oh, I've had it so much harder. People don't understand. Poor me.' I'm not a victim of my life," she said. 

"I've made choices like everyone else has and I've had a certain set of circumstances, I've had certain challenges. Comparison is the thief of joy. So I think if you're looking to someone else's life, trying to compare it, that's never really going to solve anything. The disturbances in my life and the upset, the disease I created with drinking, it's no one's responsibility, but my own."

On December 21, 2022, Rumer announced that she and Derek Richard Thomas were expecting their first child.

She uploaded a series of black and white images showing off her growing bump.


"It's like one of those weird things that I know sometimes people have such clarity about, like 'Oh, I want to be a musician, I want this,' and it was never a question for me that I wanted to be a mum," she told People.

"And that just felt like such a divine purpose and something that when I started thinking about it, felt like such joy."

In February, her family announced Bruce Willis' diagnosis of aphasia had "progressed" and he had been diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia (FTD), which causes progressive damage to either or both the frontal or temporal lobes of the brain.


At the time, Rumer shared a statement from her family on Instagram, alongside a photo of her father.

"Our family wanted to start by expressing our deepest gratitude for the incredible outpouring of love, support and wonderful stories we have all received since sharing Bruce’s original diagnosis," she wrote. 

"Unfortunately, challenges with communication are just one symptom of the disease Bruce faces. While this is painful, it is a relief to finally have a clear diagnosis."


Scout Willis

Middle sister Scout is a musician and activist. The 31-year-old had some early acting gigs but now focuses solely on music. 


Scout has also spoken publicly about living with addiction. These days, the musician uses her social media platform to advocate for issues she feels strongly about like racial justice and equality. 

Tallulah Willis

The youngest of the three sisters, Tallulah, 29, is an artist and clothing designer. 

In February 2020, Tallulah launched her all-inclusive clothing line, Wyllis. The ready-to-wear pieces are inspired by mental health and each garment features a tag on the inside that contains the numbers for several mental health hotlines along with the words, "You are not alone".


During her appearance on Red Table Talk in November 2020, Tallulah opened about her struggles with alcohol and substance abuse.

"We were on family vacation," she said when discussing her first experience with alcohol. "It was champagne, it was very sweet. And then when I was 15, I almost died from alcohol poisoning."

Tallulah has also previously spoken about her relationship with her mum, sharing how they didn't speak for a few years.

"I didn’t talk to my mum for almost three years and during that shattered time this day would transport me from fragmented pieces to absolute dust," she wrote on Instagram in May 2020.

"I remember tearing up driving to work upon hearing a radio ad that cheerily recommend which ‘perfume Mum would absolutely adore’. I digested the entire celebratory nature of the day as an insensitive slight to MY pain and MY story," she continued.

"However, my story changed. Through a metamorphosis of inward self reflection and a malleability to forgive, three years did not stretch to forever. The gratitude of that truth has never lost its potency. I am magnetically transfixed by my mother, if you know me personally you know the magnitude of her presence in my life."

After three years of not speaking, when Tallulah's addiction was at its peak, she moved back in with her mum and started treatment.


On May 5, 2021, Tallulah got engaged to her boyfriend, filmmaker Dillon Buss, sharing photos of the proposal (and the massive engagement ring) on Instagram.


However, it's not known whether the couple is still together.

Feature image: Instagram/@demimoore/@rumerwillis

This article was published in March 2021 and has been updated with new information since.

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