Bruce Willis, wife celebrate 15th anniversary amid aphasia battle

Bruce Willis’ wife Emma Heming Willis is opening up about standing by the actor amid his battle with frontotemporal dementia and aphasia as she honors their “crystal anniversary.”

The model, 45, shared a sweet snap on Instagram Thursday of the “Die Hard” star giving her a smooch.

“Today marks our 15th wedding anniversary! And today, I can make a choice. I can wallow in sorrow or I can celebrate it,” said Heming Willis. “I call this the ‘remarkable reframe.’ What I know is there is so much to celebrate. Our union and connection is probably stronger than ever.”

She also pointed to the couple’s “bright, fun and healthy daughters” — Evelyn, 9, and Mabel, 11 — and their “family unit that is built on mutual respect and admiration.”

“Simply, I just love and adore the man I married,” added Heming Willis, who tied the knot with the actor in 2009. “I’m so proud of what we have and continue to create. So, happy crystal anniversary to us!”

Earlier this week, Heming Willis, along with Willis’ ex-wife Demi Moore — with whom he shares adult daughters Rumer, Tallulah and Scout — commemorated the “Pulp Fiction” star’s 69th birthday.

“What you might not know, but maybe you could imagine, [is] that being wrapped in his arms is the safest place in this whole wide world,” Heming Willis said of the “true gentle-man.”

This month also marks the two-year anniversary since the family announced that the “Sixth Sense” star had been diagnosed with aphasia and, as a result, would be “stepping away” from acting.

In February of last year, they announced his condition had progressed into frontotemporal dementia.

The disorder affects parts of the brain that are “generally associated with personality, behavior and language,” according to the Mayo Clinic, while aphasia affects a person’s ability to communicate.