The love of Bruce Willis and Emma Hemming Willis will never die. Since the couple first met in 2007, it was evident that they were madly in love. Emma raved about how “charming” Bruce was, and the actor said, “I was already in love with her.”

The pair exchanged vows in a lovely wedding ceremony in Turks & Caicos two years after they first met. The couple committed to being there for one other “in sickness and health.”

Unfortunately, Bruce’s aphasia diagnosis worsened earlier this year, forcing the couple to break that vow. Emma, Demi Moore, and his three eldest kids made a joint statement in February 2023, confirming the “Die Hard” actor’s grave health news.

They stated, “Bruce’s health has advanced since we disclosed his aphasia diagnosis in spring 2022, and we now have a more specific diagnosis: frontotemporal dementia (known as FTD).

“Regrettably, communication difficulties are only one indication of Bruce’s disease.” The family expressed pleasure at getting a more specific diagnosis but admitted that it does not make things any easier.

Emma has been vocal about her “grief and loss” on Instagram, particularly while commemorating significant events such as Bruce’s birthday.

Throughout this traumatic time, she has remained open about her feelings. Even as she celebrated her anniversary with Bruce, she focused on the most challenging side.

Wedding anniversaries are usually a happy period in people’s life. On the other hand, Bruce Willis and his wife, Emma Hemming, have just encountered a different reality. The model recently spoke up to admirers about her husband’s dementia diagnosis, particularly on their 14th wedding anniversary.

According to the CDC, dementia is an “impaired capacity to remember, think, or make decisions that interfere with daily activities.”

As a result, Emma didn’t expect her husband to remember the momentous event. Emma revealed on Instagram that she told a friend about her anniversary, and she was surprised with a “lovely bunch of flowers.”

Although the offering was incredibly thoughtful, it helped her realize that life’s big occasions can be challenging for caretakers. She stated, “That made me think about how difficult these special events’ can be for caretakers. When our person would generally acknowledge the occurrence, their evolving minds just cannot. That is precisely what it is.”

Even though Bruce may not have recalled their anniversary, Emma praised her friend’s kind act — and encouraged others to do the same.

She stated, “If you know someone caring for someone else, don’t hesitate to help. I will remember this spontaneous act of compassion for a long time.”