Tallulah Willis, Bruce Willis’ daughter, has spoken up about her mother’s eating condition.
On Tuesday, the 29-year-old shared a remarkable post in which she posted two photos of herself before and after her recuperation.
Tallulah’s 392,000 Instagram fans rushed to her defence, showering her with love and appreciation.
Tallulah, one of Bruce’s three children with his ex-wife Demi Moore, took care to attach a trigger warning beside the photographs.
She wrote: ‘TW [trigger warning]: ED [eating disorder] pre-recovery image. I love her. And I love her, and I see how courageous she’s been. Steady on the course my bbs.’
Tallulah offered a glimpse of her tummy in the first photo, while the second featured a screengrab of a text message conversation she had with loved ones.
Tallulah’s healthy figure as she healed was photographed with the words.
Her carousel ended with a shot of a dish of wholesome fruit.
Her tweet comes only weeks after she spoke out about her eating condition in a Vogue article.
It didn’t take long for kind comments to pile up beneath the actress’ photos, with one person saying: ‘This is so important. Thank you for being honest and real with this topic. Means a lot for the ED support network to know there is help. Our loved ones can truly have a full life in recovery.’
‘Your story is important. Thank you for sharing it,’ wrote someone else.
Another added: ‘You are light and joy, and we need you in the world. Forever proud.’
Other messages included: ‘You are a goddess and an inspiration – keep f*****g going, queen’ and ‘Love this, love you.’
Tallulah’s stunning essay follows her candid discussion of her renowned father’s home life following his Alzheimer diagnosis.
According to his family’s revelation earlier this year, the Die Hard star is suffering from frontotemporal dementia and would be’stepping aside’ from his illustrious career.
Tallulah updated followers on the A-lister’s condition, saying he could still know her when she visited.
She opened up to Vogue magazine and shared details about her dad and his condition as it progressed.
She revealed: ‘These days, my dad can be reliably found on the first floor of the house, somewhere in the big open plan of the kitchen-dining-living room, or in his office. Thankfully, dementia has not affected his mobility.
‘That office has always been a kind of window into what he’s most interested in at any given moment.
‘Recently I found a scrap of paper there on which he had written, simply, “Michael Jordan.” I wish I knew what he was thinking.’
She further stated that the star’s room was usually playing music and was stocked with everything he had accumulated over the years.
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