The family raised their eyebrows earlier in April when a photo of the actor from “Die Hard” posing alongside his former wife, Scout, 28, and his sister Tallulah Willis’ boyfriend, Dillon Buss, is gone viral.
In the photo, they were all wearing matching pajamas, but Willis’ wife Emma Heming Willis and their two daughters – Mabel, 8, and Evelyn, 5 – were nowhere to be found.
Appearing on the podcast “Dopey” last Friday, Scout set the record straight on the quarantine arrangements of his parents, saying that Heming Willis originally intended to join the group in Sun Valley, Idaho, but that a medical emergency had left her stranded in Los Angeles.
“It’s so funny because to me they are like my super strange parents, but for everyone there is this different level,” said Scout to the host, known only as Dave.
The accident required a doctor’s visit and Scout said Heming Willis chose to stay in Los Angeles while waiting for the doctor’s test results, and Bruce went “early” to the family home. Sun Valley.
Scout added, “The trips went crazy, so my mother-in-law stayed in Los Angeles with my little sisters. “
Moore and Willis were married from 1987 to 2000 and have remained friendly. Willis married his current wife in 2009.
Scout said it was cute to be with your parents in the house where she grew up. “They’re both such cheesy and adorable ’90s parents in a small town where they chose to have their kids and not be in Los Angeles. “
Travel restrictions may separate Willis and his wife, but she stays in touch with her extended family on social media. In the Instagram photo showing the family wearing matching striped pajamas, she commented, “Few people can take this color off. Lookin ‘good squad! “