Demi Moore ‘moves in’ with ex-husband Bruce Willis and wife to help with dementia care

Demi Moore is said to have moved in with ex-husband Bruce Willis, Emma Heming and the pair’s two young children to offer support to the star following his frontotemporal dementia diagnosis

Demi Moore has reportedly moved into the family home of her ex-husband Bruce Willis and his wife Emma Heming in a bid to help care for him following his dementia diagnosis.

The actress, 60, and her ex have remained amicable since their split and she three daughters together.

It’s claimed she has moved in with Bruce and Emma and their two younger daughters to try to ease the pressure felt as his condition worsens.

It’s reported that the women are working together to best look after the Hollywood star, 67, as he battles frontotemporal dementia.

Earlier this week, Emma, 44, said she was hoping to use her husband’s condition and her voice to help “raise awareness” of the condition.

In the social media message she praised caregivers, calling them the “unsung heroes”.

A source told Radar: “Demi has moved in, and she is not leaving until the very end.”

They went on to claim the actress had also been spending a lot of time with the family during the coronavirus pandemic.

They added: “At first no one outside the family could understand what Demi was doing living with her ex and his new wife, but now it makes sense.

“Demi has been a rock for the family and is determined to make sure every day Bruce has left on earth will be filled with love.”

The Mirror has contacted Demi’s representatives for comment.

Earlier this week Emma was forced to beg people to stop filming her husband and to refrain from yelling at him. She asked paparazzi to “keep your space” as they tried to get a snap of the star.

Speaking to her followers she said: “If you are someone that is looking after someone with dementia, you know how difficult and stressful it can be to get someone out into the world and just to navigate them safely.”

She went on to say: “So this one is going out to the photographers and the video people that are trying to get those exclusives of my husband out and about, just keep your space. I know this is your job, but maybe just keep your space.”

Ending her video, she said: “For the video people, please don’t be yelling at my husband, asking him how he’s doing, or the woo-hooing or the yippee-ki-yays, just don’t do it, okay?”