Bruce Willis’ wife, Emma Heming Willis, has taken to Instagram to celebrate the 35th anniversary of his iconic film Die Hard.
Emma shared an adorable montage of throwback videos and images of her and Bruce taking their daughters to see the Die Hard mural and archives, located at the Fox Studio Lot in Los Angeles.
“Back in 2018 (when these videos and pictures were taken) we took Mabel and Evelyn to the Fox lot to peek at the archives as well as see the larger-than-life mural of their dad,” Emma wrote.
“This mural was unveiled in front of Bruce back in 2013 to commemorate Die Hard‘s 25th anniversary,” she continued before adding how proud she and her family are of Bruce.
“Today marks Die Hard‘s 35th anniversary when it hit the screens and the rest is history. What Bruce has been able to accomplish in his career will never be lost on us. We are so proud of him 🤍.”
Bruce, who is arguably best known for his starring role as Detective John McClane in Die Hard, retired from acting in March 2022 after he was sadly diagnosed with aphasia (a language disorder that affects a person’s ability to communicate).
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Earlier this year, in February, Emma revealed that the 68-year-old’s condition had progressed into frontotemporal dementia and he has not made a public appearance since.
Despite Bruce’s deteriorating state, Emma ensures that their children still regularly celebrate their dad.
Just two weeks ago Emma shared (again on Instagram) that she’d taken Mable, 11, and Evelyn, 9, to see Bruce’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame as well as his hand and footprints cemented outside of Grauman’s Chinese Theatre.