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Demi Moore has sent a special birthday message to her ex-husband, Bruce Willis.
On Saturday, the 59-year-old actress posted a photo with Willis on her Instagram. She captioned the image of the former couple, “Happy Anniversary Bruce! Thank you for our blended family,” adding a white heart emoji.
The duo stood in a kitchen, both smiling at the camera as Moore held up a cutting board full of real morels.
In the comments sections, fans praised Moore and Willis for how they’ve remained friends since their divorce. One fan wrote, “You were the model for my blended family! And it works! Everyone is happy.”
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Another fan left a sweet message for the former couple, saying, “Mixed family goals! Love you both. Blessings.”
Moore and Willis, who turned 67 on Saturday, were married from 1987 to 2000. They share three daughters together: Rumer, 33, Scout, 30, and Tallulah, 28.
Willis remarried in 2009 to Emma Hemming and has two young daughters: Mabel, 9, and Evelyn, 7.
In 2020, Moore, Willis and their daughters were quarantined together during the coronavirus pandemic.
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“There have been a lot of challenges and a lot of tragedies with this pandemic, but I also think there have been a lot of gifts and blessings,” Moore previously said in an interview with Naomi Campbell. “Personally, I feel like I’m really grateful for how things slowed down and the time we had.”
“Turns out Bruce came over and hung out with us,” Moore recalled.
Moore and Willis were later joined by the actor’s wife, Emma Hemming.
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“My daughters love their little sisters and for me, our family, whatever its shape, it’s important to stay together and that the little ones feel comfortable with me, and know me so that they also know better their sisters,” Moore mused. “It was really sweet and we definitely had some silly moments.”
Fox News’ Lauryn Overhultz contributed to this report.