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Emma Heming Reveals The Moment She 'Fell Head Over Heels' For Hubby Bruce Willis

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Dec. 28 2022, Published 7:30 p.m. ET

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Feeling the love! Emma Heming took to social media to share a few adorable memories of the holiday season where her love story began with Bruce Willis.

"It was that winter, 15 years ago I fell head of over heels in love with him 🤍," she captioned the Wednesday, December 28, Instagram montage of herself and the Die Hard actor happily playing in the snow, taking pictures and sledding down hills.

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"This makes my heart glow," the action star's daughter, Tallulah, replied in the comments section, quickly followed by dozens of followers offering their well wishes to the family.

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"Thank you for sharing these precious videos with us, Emma," one user wrote. "I’m sure there are millions of fans all over the world waiting for a sign from Bruce. Happy holidays to your beautiful family," while another added, "prayers to y’all for good health and many more years."

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This year, Willis and Heming celebrated Christmas festivities with their young daughters — 10-year-old Mabel and 8-year-old Evelyn — alongside the Pulp Fiction lead's ex Demi Moore and their adult daughters — Rumer, 34, Scout, 31, and Tallulah, 28.

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And despite his failing health, Willis has plenty of reasons to be excited for the future after his eldest child, Rumer, announced she was pregnant!

"He is happy about becoming a grandpa," a source dished on Thursday, December 22. "He loves having a big family. They are all spending Christmas together."

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As OK! previously reported, the 67-year-old took a step back from his decades long acting career earlier this year after he was diagnosed with aphasia — a disorder which effects cognitive abilities such as speech and memory.

Following his diagnosis, the actor's family — including Moore and his older daughters — has grown even closer together as they nurse Willis through his ongoing health struggles.

"The girls bring so much love, laughter, and life into our home," Heming revealed in a previous interview. "For us, as a family, it’s always been about making memories. We just love spending time with each other and we know that time is precious, and I don’t take that for granted."

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