Bruce Willis Brings Baby Daughters to Broadway? [NEWS]
Although the success of his Broadway debut in Misery is certainly debatable, Bruce Willis' personal life is undeniably on an upswing. Despite taking a nearly decade long gap, between marriages, a 60-year-old John McClain didn't hesitate to start a family with his new wife, Emma Heming, after their marrying back in 2009. Regardless of the difficult reviews, Bruce had the new family -- including baby daughters Mabel Ray and Evelyn Penn -- backstage at the show last week. As far as his other daughters with Demi Moore go, Willis proudly admits that his eldest, Rumer, gave him some advice going into the play, having just recently come off her Broadway run of Chicago.
The play's plot might delineate one terrifying act after another, but behind-the-scenes of Bruce Willis debut in Misery things are anything but.
In fact, the actor's 37-year-old wife, Emma Heming, posted a happy picture of Bruce hanging backstage with his beautiful baby daughters, Mabel Ray and Evelyn Penn, to Instagram over the weekend (via People):
A photo posted by Emma Heming Willis (@emmahemingwillis) on Jan 9, 2016 at 10:17am PST
While it's true that Bruce has started a second family with his new wife, Willis is no less a dedicated dad to the three daughters from his previous marriage to Demi Moore.
During a recent interview with People, Bruce joked that his oldest daughter, Broadway vet Rumer Willis, even gave him some advice going into his big Misery debut:
"She said to 'go home and go to bed. 'You have to look after your voice.'
"I was very proud of her."
What do you think of Bruce bringing his daughters backstage on Broadway?
Is it that divide in his focus that has Misery garnering such rough reviews?
Or, is it nice to see that Willis knows how to put his family before his career, no matter what?
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