In an unusual situation, Bruce survives the epidemic with Demi, their three daughters, two boyfriends and Demi’s assistant.
The move was surprised by fans of the former Hollywood gold couple, who divorced 20 years ago.
It has been reported that it was not Bruce’s plan to isolate himself with Demi.
An insider told ET Online that Bruce’s family originally planned to join him there until there is a virus outbreak in the area.
The source told the site, “He has a house right in front of Demi’s house in Sun Valley. It has been on sale for years. He was visiting and his family was considering quarantining him. He got stuck because Sun Valley became one of the COVID-19 hotspots. ”
The source continued, “Bruce and Demi have decided to quarantine with their children and have been doing so for over a month. The family didn’t want to take risks from outside influences, so they stayed away from socializing with anyone. but their family.
“Bruce is not with his wife or young children, but that was understood when he got there. “
But the Die Hard star – who split from Demi in 2000 after 13 years of marriage – remains in close contact with his wife and two young children via video call because he wants to speak to them daily.
It seems that Demi and Emma are close friends, the former confirming that they are in contact on the Houseparty app.
Demi recently shared a snapshot of her gang in matching outfits, with Emma commenting, “At its best, you guys love and miss you. “
Demi came back: “@emmahemingwillis we miss you guys and we love you so much! Houseparty tonight? “
He and Bruce’s older brother Rumer replied, “I miss you so much Em. I wish you were here with us. “
Demi and Bruce share Rumer, 31, as well as Scout, 28, and Tallulah, 26.
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Bruce and Emma have two little girls together, Mabel, eight, and Evelyn, five.
Ex Bruce and Demi have a solid friendship despite their divorce in 2000 – seven years later, Die Hard star Bruce met model Emma through mutual friends.
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