Moore celebrated her daughter's milestone birthday by sharing a picture of the three of them
On Saturday, Moore, 61, took to Instagram to mark Tallulah's 30th birthday by sharing a photo of them smiling in the sun with Bruce, 68.
The Ghost actress then posted another snap of the birthday girl posing with her partner Justin Acee and her older sister Scout LaRue Willis, 32, which showed Scout hugging Tallulah and their mom proudly smiling beside them.
"Showering our @buuski with love today on her 30th birthday ♥️," Moore — who married Bruce in 1987 before they divorced in 2000 — captioned the post.
Moore and Bruce also share daughter, Rumer Glenn Willis, 35, together.
Moore's post comes after she offered an update on Bruce, who is living with frontotemporal dementia (FTD).
During an appearance on Good Morning America on Wednesday, Moore said: "I think given the givens, he’s doing very well."
"What I’ll share is what I say to my children, which is, it’s important to just meet them where they’re at and not hold on to what isn’t, but what is," she continued. "Because there’s great beauty and sweetness and loving and joy out of that."
“I think, given the circumstances, he's doing very well. What I'll share is what I say to my children, which it's important to just meet them where they're at and not hold on to what isn't, but what is.” — @justdemi shares an update on Bruce Willis. pic.twitter.com/jXPQu7J3nW
— Good Morning America (@GMA) January 31, 2024
Tallulah mentioned her dad during an appearance on The Drew Barrymore Show in November.
"He is the same, which I think in this regard I’ve learned is the best thing you can ask for," Tallulah told host Drew Barrymore.
"I see love when I’m with him, and it’s my dad, and he loves me, which is really special," she shared.
The Die Hard actor is also father to daughters Mabel, 11, and Evelyn, 9, with his wife Emma Heming Willis, 45.
Despite splitting 24 years ago, Bruce and Moore have remained close. The blended family even self-isolated together at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Speaking to PEOPLE in 2021, Rumer Willis said she was "so grateful" to her parents for cohesively co-parenting.
"I'm incredibly grateful that both of my parents have made such an effort my entire life that I never felt like I had to choose between them," she said at the time.
"I have a lot of friends who grew up with parents who got divorced at a young age and I watched their parents, like, pit them against each other or have to choose between holidays," Rumer continued.
She added, "And I didn't have to do that, and I feel so grateful that my parents made it such a priority that we could be a family, even though it looked different."
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