• Bruce Willis has dementia
  • His daughter Tallulah has an update
  • She shares how she deals with the situation

Tallulah Willis reveals how she copes with Bruce Willis' dementia 

Bruce Willis (67), has been a shining Hollywood star for decades. For the past few years he has been battling with frontotemporal dementia. His daughter recently gave an update on his status, and shares how she copes with her father's illness.

Speaking on 'The Drew Barrymore Show', Tallulah Willis (27) revealed that despite the progression of the illness, Bruce's love for his family remains the same. "He is the same, which I think in this regard I've learned is the best thing you can ask for," she shared. "I see love when I'm with him. And it's my dad and he loves me, which is really special."

The 'Die Hard' star's family announced in 2022 that he had been diagnosed with aphasia, a disorder that affects communication, and would be stepping back from acting. In February, they revealed that Bruce's condition had progressed into FTD.

Tallulah explained the family's decision to be transparent about Bruce's condition. "It's really important for us to spread awareness about FTD," she told host Drew Barrymore. "If we can take something that we're struggling with as a family to help other people, to turn it around to make something beautiful about it, that's really special for us".

Tallulah has found healing in archiving and documenting his "little trinkets and doodads". She and Bruce spend time together listening to music and "just kind of sitting in that energy of love," adding, "It's really special".

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In June, Tallulah published an essay in 'Vogue' where she reflected on coming to terms with her father's diagnosis. "Every time I go to my dad's house, I take tons of photos — of whatever I see, the state of things," she wrote. "I'm like an archaeologist, searching for treasure in stuff that I never used to pay much attention to".