Bruce Willis’ daughter Rumer has announced that she’s pregnant with her first child.
The legendary actor, 67, is known for starring in hit films such as Die Hard, Pulp Fiction, The Sixth Sense and Armageddon.
But he is also the proud father of five daughters that he shares with his ex-wife Demi Moore, 60, and his current wife, Emma Heming, 44.
Now his family is about to get even bigger as he’s set to become a grandpa for the first time.
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Rumer shared a picture of her boyfriend Derek Richard Thomas, who is the frontman for the band Vista Kicks, resting his head on her stomach.
Her mum, Moore, shared the photos on her account with the caption: “Entering my hot kooky unhinged grandma era.”
Rumer’s step mum Heming also shared the news by writing: “Baby news is happy news!!! Congratulations Rumer Willis and Derek Richard Thomas We are elated over here!”
Other celebrities including Shazam star Zachary Levi, Breaking Bad actor Aaron Paul, and Gwyneth Paltrow also congratulated the couple on their announcement.
Willis is a father to five daughters: Rumer, Tallulah, 28, Scout, 31, Mabel Ray, 10, and Evelyn Penn, 8.
The actor shares his three adult children with his ex-wife Moore, who he was previously married to between 1987 and 2000.
He shares his two youngest daughters with his current wife, Heming, who he married in 2009.
The blended family has a tight-knit bond.
This is a much-needed piece of good news for Willis and his family after a very difficult year.
The Armageddon star was diagnosed with aphasia in March after concerns about his behaviour on set were raised.
Crew members would note that he would often seem confused on set and would need his lines fed through an earpiece.
The disorder affects how you communicate and it is caused by damage to parts of the brain responsible for understanding and producing language.
People with aphasia often have trouble with reading, listening, speaking, typing or writing.
This led to his family posting a statement on Instagram to reveal the diagnosis, along with Willis’ retirement from acting.
Since the Pulp Fiction actor’s health condition has worsened, his blended family have got a lot closer and are celebrating Christmas together.
A source close to the family told RadarOnline that the holidays are a special time for the family and they will continue with family traditions.
However, they are also praying for a Christmas miracle.
The source told the outlet: “There are days when they see glimpses of the old Bruce, but they are brief and far between.
“It seems he’s slipping further away from them, and it breaks their heart.
“With Christmas around the corner, all they can do is tell him they love him and pray for a holiday miracle.”
This comes as co-star and friend Sylvester Stallone admitted that seeing Willis going through a health battle was ‘killing him’.
The Rocky legend said: “Bruce is going through some really, really difficult times.
“So he’s been sort of incommunicado. That kills me. It’s so sad.”
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