NewsSick Bruce Willis had a good summer

Sick Bruce Willis had a good summer

Created: 10/17/2022, 11:10 am

Bruce Willis
US actor Bruce Willis at a film premiere in 2019. © Charles Sykes/Invision via AP/dpa

He’s fine: Hollywood star Bruce Willis, who suffers from aphasia, has posted a summer video.

Los Angeles – More than half a year after the end of his career due to health reasons, Hollywood star Bruce Willis (67) showed himself in a new video with his family.

“We don’t believe in perfection here, but our summer of 2022 was pretty close. He was actually magical,” his wife Emma Heming-Willis wrote on Instagram. A published, approximately one-minute clip shows how the world-famous actor (“Die Hard”, “12 Monkeys”, “The Fifth Element”, “Armageddon – The Last Judgment”, “The Sixth Sense”) spent time with his wife and the daughters Mabel and Evelyn in nature.

At the end of March, Willis surprisingly ended his film career after being diagnosed with aphasia. Aphasias are language disorders, such as speaking, understanding, writing or reading, which can occur as a result of various diseases.

In the edited video, the movie star kisses his wife Emma, makes one of his daughters laugh while they dance and gives her a piggyback ride, among other things. The song “The Bones” by US singer Maren Morris accompanies the clip. dpa

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