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On Saturday, the 59-year-old actress posted to her Instagram Photo with Willis. She captioned the former couple’s photo, “Happy Birthday, Bruce! Grateful to our blended family,” adding a white heart-shaped emoji.
The duo stood in the kitchen, both smiling at the camera as Moore held a cutting board filled with more real stuff.
In the comment sections, fans praised Moore and Willis for how they have remained friends since their divorce. One fan wrote, “She’s been a role model for my blended family! And it works! Everyone is happy.”
Another fan left a sweet message for the ex-couple and said, “Mixed family goals! I adore both of you. Blessings.”
Moore and Willis, who turned 67 on Saturday, were married from 1987 to 2000. They share Three girls together: Romer, 33, Scout, 30 and Talula, 28.
Willis married Emma Heming in 2009 and has two young daughters: Mabel, 9, and Evelyn, 7.
In 2020, Moore Willis and their daughters Together in quarantine During the coronavirus pandemic.
“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,” He said during an interview With Naomi Campbell. “Personally I feel like I was really grateful for slowing things down and the time we had.”
“It turns out that Bruce came and spent time with us,” Moore recalls.
The actor’s wife, Emma Heming, later joined Moore and Willis.
“My daughters love their little sisters and for me, our family, no matter what it looks like, it is important that we stay together and that the little ones feel comfortable with me, that they know me so that they also know their sisters better,” thought Moore. “It was really sweet and we definitely had some silly times.”
Fox News’ Lauren Overholtz contributed to this report.
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