Wife Emma Heming Willis has urged paparazzi to stop yelling at him when he’s out in public
After a pause when it became too emotional to speak, she said it was clear there was still a lot of education needed about dementia.
The post was accompanied by a call for carers or dementia care specialists to “get any tips or advice on how to get your loved ones out into the world safely”.
Three weeks ago, the Willis family said communication problems were just a symptom of the illness he was facing.
According to the Association of Frontotemporal Degeneration, there is no cure or treatment that can prevent the disease from developing, with an average life expectancy of seven to 13 years from the onset of symptoms.
Willis, 67, has become one of Hollywood’s biggest action heroes Die Hard 1988 & die hard 2 in 1990.
He has made more than 100 films including 12 monkeys, The fifth Element, Armageddon, The sixth Sense, The whole nine yards, Unbreakable, city of sin, Red, Kingdom of the Moonrise, Looper and three more Die Hard Advise.
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https://www.smh.com.au/culture/celebrity/bruce-willis-wife-appeals-to-paparazzi-to-stop-yelling-at-him-20230306-p5cpnk.html?ref=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_source=rss_culture Wife Emma Heming Willis has urged paparazzi to stop yelling at him when he’s out in public