Demi Moore and Bruce Willis have not been together for over 20 years, but no one will ever be able to forget their epic romance. Not only did their marriage last over 10 years — which is a novelty in Hollywood — they worked hard to have a normal life amid the craziness.
Despite ultimately not working, fans adored them. From how the couple first met to their sad split, find out more about this once great celebrity romance.
How Did Demi Moore and Bruce Willis Meet?
Willis and Moore met back in July 1987 at a screening of the movie Stakeout. Their romance was instant, as they were a committed couple just weeks after the meeting. Moore has since revealed that Willis was really in a place where he was ready to be in a relationship.
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Just a few months after the two started dating, they tied the knot in Las Vegas on November 21, 1987. They actually got married at the Golden Nugget Hotel and the ceremony was officiated by singer Little Richard. There aren’t many details about what happened during the wedding, but we can only imagine it was one incredible night.
Making a Family
Less than one year after getting married, Willis and Moore welcomed their first child, daughter Rumer, on August 16, 1988. They then had another daughter named Scout on July 20, 1991, and Tallulah followed on February 3, 1994. The family of five spent a lot of their time in Idaho out of the spotlight and away from the craziness of Hollywood.
After over 10 years of marriage, Willis and Moore announced their separation in June 1998. The pair reportedly had problems for a while and were struggling to balance their work life with their relationship. They then officially filed for divorce on October 18, 2000.
Despite their split, Willis and Moore have a good relationship and have stayed close since their split. In fact, Willis was in attendance when Moore married actor Ashton Kutcher in 2005, and likewise, Moore was in attendance when Willis married his current wife, Emma Heming, in 2009.