Emma Heming ends the narrative that she used her husband Bruce Willis’ diagnosis for her own “five minutes” of fame.
Heming, who has been married to the Die Hard actor since 2009, makes it her mission to raise awareness about her husband’s condition. After it was recently revealed that his battle with aphasia evolved into frontotemporal dementia. (Frontotemporal Dementia)
“I just saw something about me getting ‘five minutes,’ which is great, which means you’re listening,” the mother of two said in an Instagram video shared Wednesday.
“So I will take my 5 minutes and I will turn it into 10 minutes because I will always support my husband.”
Heming vowed to “raising awareness” about illness and “For the caretaker who is an unknown hero.”
“Then I will turn sorrow, anger and sorrow into good things. Less emotional surroundings,” she said, adding, “Look at this space because I’m not joking around.”
“yes! I’m so proud of you!” commented the actor’s daughter Scout Willis.
Last month, Willis’ family revealed in a lengthy statement that his condition had worsened.
“Even though it hurts But it was relieved to finally get a definitive diagnosis,” the family said on the Association for the Degenerative Frontiers website.
“FTD is a terrible disease that many of us have never heard of and can hurt anyone. For those under 60, FTD is one of the most common forms of dementia. And because it can take years to get diagnosed, FTD is likely to be more prevalent than we know,” the family said.
The statement, signed by Hemingway along with Willis’ ex-wife Demi Moore, And his five daughters also stated that if the “Whole Nine Yards” star “could” react to his situation. He would surely want to help spread awareness and bring “global attention and connection” to others who suffer from ED. “Disease that debilitates the body”
The actor’s family first announced he would be stepping away from acting last March after being diagnosed with aphasia. This is a condition that can affect a person’s ability to speak, write, and understand spoken and written language.
At the time, Heming said she was battling “paralysis” of grief, writing, “I’m learning to live by it.”
The couple shares two daughters: Mabel, 10, and Evelyn, 8, while he has three daughters — Rumer, 34, Scout, 31, and Tallulah, 29 — with Moore, whom he was married to from 1987 to 2000.
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