Demi Moore and Bruce Willis Dance Together While Social Distancing with Their 3 Daughters
Moore, 57, Willis and their daughters — Tallulah, 26, Scout, 28, and Rumer, 31 — had been hunkered down together in Idaho in the home where the sisters grew up together before their parents' divorce in 2000.
The group, which included Scout and Tallulah's boyfriends as well as other family friends, found creative ways to keep themselves entertained including matching pajama nights, painting nights and a book club.
Scout revealed that Emma, Evelyn and Mabel were not able to join them in Idaho initially after one of her younger sisters accidentally stepped on a needle while at the park in Los Angeles.
"My stepmom had to be in L.A. waiting to get the results from taking her to the doctor so my dad came up here and then travel got crazy so my stepmom stayed in L.A. with my little sisters," she said on the Dopey podcast last month.
While Willis and Emma hadn't been together during much of the COVID-19 crisis, a source told PEOPLE in April that "everything is great" between the two.
"Demi and Emma are close, and all three get on great as a big blended family. There are no issues at all. Emma needed to stay in L.A. with the young kids," said a family source.
A Moore source added that it's not unusual for the former couple, who were married for 13 years, to spend time together. "Demi and Bruce have been best friends for years. They are very close," said the Moore insider.
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