The many faces of Demi Moore! Oscar winner looks animated as she attends the Saint
The actress, 60, looked glamorous in a sheer black gown while wearing matching underwear underneath.
She boosted her height in chic stilettos and hid her eyes behind a pair of oversized sunglasses.
Demi’s shiny raven tresses were styled poker straight and she sported a bronzed makeup palette which accentuated her natural features.
The star flashed her dazzling white smile as she arrived at the star-studded event with supermodel Kate Moss.
Beaming: Demi Moore put on an animated display as she attended the Saint Laurent Womenswear Spring/Summer 2024 show during Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday
Stunning: The actress, 60, looked glamorous in a sheer black gown while wearing matching underwear underneath
It comes hours after her ex-husband Bruce Willis made a rare public outing amid his battle with dementia.
Demi and her former partner, 68, remain close friends and share three daughters — Rumer, 35, Scout, 32, and Tallulah, 29.
The family have rallied around the Die Hard actor after he was diagnosed with Frontotemporal dementia (FTD) – an uncommon form of dementia that causes a deterioration in behaviour, personality and language.
They publicly revealed his condition in February of this year and his wife Emma Heming recently gave a heartbreaking update on his ongoing battle with dementia.
The Hollywood icon was seen in the passenger seat of a car in Los Angeles , on Monday – the same day that Emma, 45, revealed it’s ‘hard to know’ if he is even aware of what is happening to him health-wise.
The sighting came just hours before Demi stepped out in Paris during Fashion Week, as she was seen arriving at her hotel with a puppy scooped in her jacket.
The A-lister made a low-key arrival and looked downcast she she stepped out in the French capital on Tuesday. She was cuddling her pet Chihuahua Pilaf.
She was bundled up in an oversized black blazer, which she was wearing with jeans and a pair of boots.
During his outing in LA, Bruce was sporting a quilted navy jacket and a matching navy hat, the actor was seen sitting with the passenger window down as he was driven around his home town in what has become an increasingly rare public outing amid his ongoing health struggles.
Emma fought back tears while she opened up about how she and her two daughters with the actor are coping with the ‘grief and the sadness’ of watching the actor’s health decline in an interview on the Today show.
Gorgeous: Demi’s shiny raven tresses were styled poker straight and she sported a bronzed makeup palette which accentuated her natural features
Beauty: She boosted her height in chic stilettos and hid her eyes behind a pair of oversized sunglasses
Pals: The star flashed her dazzling white smile as she arrived at the star-studded event with supermodel Kate Moss
Stylish: She carried a black patent clutch handbag
Ex: It comes hours after her ex-husband Bruce Willis made a rare public outing amid his battle with dementia
‘What I’m learning is that dementia is hard,’ she said, during an appearance at the show’s New York studio. ‘It’s hard on the person diagnosed. It’s also hard on the family. And that is no different for Bruce or myself or our girls.
‘And when they say that this is a family disease, it really is.’
When asked how she went about explaining his illness to their children, she said: ‘I think it’s always been… we’re a very honest and open household.
‘And, the most important thing was to be able for us to say what the disease was, explain what it is because when you know what the disease is from a medical standpoint it sort of all makes sense.
‘So it was important that we let them know what it is because, you know, I don’t want there to be any stigma or shame attached to their dad’s diagnosis, or for any form of dementia.’
When asked by host Hoda Kotb if he is aware of what is happening to him, Emma paused and revealed: ‘Hard to know’.
But despite the difficulty of caring for her husband, she said receiving a diagnosis has made life ‘easier’.
‘I think it was the blessing and the curse. You know, to sort of finally understand what was happening so that I can be into the acceptance of what is.
‘It doesn’t make it any less painful, but just being in the acceptance and just being in the know of what is happening to Bruce just makes it a little bit easier.
The family: Bruce’s daughters Scout and Tallulah showed their support to Emma after the interview (L-R) Rumer Willis, Demi Moore, Bruce Willis, Scout, Emma and Tallulah in 2019
‘There is so many beautiful things happening in our lives. It is just really important for me to look up from the grief and the sadness so that I can see what is happening around us,’ Emma added.
In a particularly touching moment, Hoda asked Emma what she thinks Bruce is teaching their girls as they all come to terms with his illness as a family.
‘Honestly, he is the gift that keeps on giving. Love, patience, resilience, so much…’ Emma said.
‘And he’s teaching me and our whole… I mean, you know, for me to be out here doing this, this is not my comfort zone, but this is the power of Bruce.’
Hoda continued: ‘I have heard from people that have an ailing family member, and I remember this from a friend of mine… she said, “my husband’s diagnosis made my kids better people”. Is that what you’re noticing?’
‘That is what I’m noticing,’ Emma replied. ‘Listen, I think my kids would be great no matter what! And this is not what I would want for them. But really, like I said, it is teaching them so much and how to care and love and it’s a beautiful thing amongst the sadness.’
She confirmed that she refers to herself as Bruce’s ‘care partner’ as opposed to his ‘caretaker’, and also noted the importance of taking care of herself as well.
‘It’s so important to ask for help and support. And you can look to organizations like the AFTD, like Hilarity For Charity… it is sort of a great starting point.
‘And it’s important for care partners to look after themselves so that they can be the best care, partner for the person that they’re caring for,’ she added.