Bruce Willis finally finds his wife Emma Heming in quarantine

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Bruce Willis finally found his wife Emma Heming after spending more than four weeks apart.

The 65-year-old star seemed delighted as he spent quality time with his wife, 49, and their two children Mabel, eight, and Evelyn, now six, after traveling to Idaho to join him – just at time for their youngest child birthday.

Emma – who had been in quarantine with their two young daughters in Los Angeles – shared beautiful videos of her with Bruce – who was in detention with his ex-wife Demi Moore, 57, and three older children Rumer, 31, Scout, 28, and Tallulah, 26.

Back together: Bruce Willis finally found his wife Emma Heming after more than four weeks apart. She traveled to Idaho from Los Angeles to be with him

Back together: Bruce Willis finally found his wife Emma Heming after more than four weeks apart. She traveled to Idaho from Los Angeles to be with him

Bruce was seen in the back of a riding mower as his wife Emma wrapped his arms around him.

The pair screamed and laughed as they rushed into the large garden – which means that Emma moved into Demi’s home in Idaho as well.

The mother of two shared a sweet video of Bruce pushing his daughter on a swing, revealing that it was his sixth birthday.

The blended family has maintained a solid bond – despite Demi and Bruce’s divorce more than two decades ago.

Family fun: Bruce was locked up with his ex-wife Demi Moore, 57 (photo) and three older children Rumer, 31, Scout, 28 and Tallulah, 26, while Emma stayed in Los Angeles due to a medical emergency

Family fun: Bruce was locked up with his ex-wife Demi Moore, 57 (photo) and three older children Rumer, 31, Scout, 28 and Tallulah, 26, while Emma stayed in Los Angeles due to a medical emergency

Before Emma moved into Bruce’s former marital home, Bruce and Demi proved that they were great friends by joking around for an Instagram video.

“Act like you love each other,” could hear Rumer say to his parents behind the camera, which prompted his mother to do a quick dance mix on the spot.

Emma originally planned to bring their two children in Idaho, but they decided it would be best to stay in Los Angeles when the COVID-19 epidemic started to affect travel.

Good timing: the 65-year-old star seemed delighted to spend quality time with his wife, 49, and their two children Mabel, eight, and Evelyn, now six - just in time for his birthday

Good timing: the 65-year-old star seemed delighted to spend quality time with his wife, 49, and their two children Mabel, eight, and Evelyn, now six – just in time for his birthday

All together: the couple cried and laughed as they fled into the large garden - which means that Emma moved into Demi's home in Idaho too

All together: the couple cried and laughed as they fled into the large garden – which means that Emma moved into Demi’s home in Idaho too

Recently, Scout attempted to explain the unusual quarantine provisions.

“My stepmother was also coming here with my little sisters,” said Scout in an episode of the self-help podcast Dopey.

” [But] my younger sister… [who has] never heard of not kissing with hypodermic needles…. she found [needles at a park and] she actually tried to push her shoe with her and pushed her foot.

“So my mother-in-law had to be in Los Angeles waiting, like, to get the results to take her to the doctor. My father arrived early and the trips went crazy and my mother-in-law stayed in Los Angeles with my little sisters.

Reconnect: Before Emma moved into Bruce's former marital home, Bruce and Demi proved they were great friends by joking for an Instagram video.

Reconnect: Before Emma moved into Bruce’s former marital home, Bruce and Demi proved that they were great friends by joking around for an Instagram video.

Bruce and Emma were married in 2009. Die Hard star and Demi divorced 20 years ago but remain friends – Bruce and Emma attended its book launch last year as it witnessed their renewal of wishes.

Scout explained that there were advantages to the odd configuration, saying that it was “so cool” to be with your parents and sisters in the same house, two decades after the divorce of your mother and your dad.

“It’s really funny to have my two parents in this house where they raised us,” said Scout as first reported in Us Weekly. “It’s a kind of divine time to spend time with them. … I am very grateful to be with my family. “

Close: Scout explained that there were advantages to the strange setup, saying it was `` so cool '' to be with your parents and sisters in a house, two decades after your mother's divorce and his father.

Close: Scout explained that there were advantages to the strange configuration, saying that it was “so cool” to be with your parents and sisters in a house, two decades after the divorce of your mother and his father.

Unconventional:

Unconventional: “It’s really funny to have my two parents in this house where they raised us,” said Scout recently.

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