Bruce Willis’s Daughter Tallulah Willis Shares Her Own Diagnosis With the World

In the midst of the world thinking about her legendary father and health battle, Tallulah Willis is speaking out, sharing her own recent diagnosis.

Tallulah is one of legendary actor Bruce Willis’s five daughters. On Instagram, Tallulah, now 30 years old, got real with her followers about how the diagnosis changed her life.

Alongside a throwback video of herself and Bruce at an event, Tallulah wrote, “Tell me you’re autistic without telling me you’re autistic.” The video showed Bruce holding Tallulah as a child, Tallulah was rubbing Bruce’s head and playing with his ear as he talked.

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In the comments section of the post, Tallulah elaborated, telling one of her followers that “actually this is the first time I’ve ever publicly shared my diagnosis. Found out this summer and it’s changed my life.”

People in the comments were also quick to praise Bruce in the video, calling out the obvious “care” he had for Talulah’s feelings in that moment. “His care for your feelings is magic. Take it from someone who didn’t grow up with a father. I’m so happy you have moments captured in the vault of Forever,” one commenter wrote.

“Ok but he just let you,” another commenter adding, addressing how Bruce didn’t seem phased by his daughter’s touch. “This is actually beautiful to watch, his way of being with you as a kid,” another commenter wrote.

Although the Willis family has always been private, it’s always been clear how close Bruce and Tallulah have been over the years. Over the last several months, Tallulah has shared several photos of herself and her dad, who she often refers to as her “best friend forever.”

“Damn, these photos are hitting tonight,” she wrote once. “You’re my whole damn heart and I’m so proud to be your Tallulah Belle, Bruce Willis.”

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