Emma Heming has opened up about her husband’s bravery amid his battle with aphasia
Bruce Willis’ wife, Emma Heming Willis, has shared a clip on Instagram of the ‘Die Hard’ star singing ‘Under the Boardwalk’ with The Temptations in 1987 and credited him with having the “confidence” to perform with a group. so iconic.
“My motto is don’t be stopped by fear. Why? Because fear stops me constantly 😂🙈 That’s another reason why I fell in love with my husband, Fear never stopped him.” Heming has written next to the video.
“I mean, what kind of next-level confidence does it take to sing with The Temptations? You can say what you want (and boy do they have it), but this guy has always been driven by his passion and has never let the naysayers stop him from, well, nothing. And I have so much respect and love and admiration for that man because of that. Enjoy this little ditty that warms my heart ❤️.”
In recent months, Heming, 43, has maintained informed fans about Willis, 67,’s struggle with aphasia, which is a condition that can affect a person’s ability to speak, write and understand language, both verbal and written. It usually occurs after a stroke or head injury.
Heming, along with Willis’s ex-wife, Demi Moore, and their children, Rumer, 33, Scout, 30, and Tallulah, 28, released a family statement in March revealing that the actor was retiring from acting after learning of the diagnosis.