Emma Willis, the wife of Bruce Willis, is asking the paparazzi to allow her husband some privacy after he was diagnosed with dementia…

When a photograph was taken by the paparazzi of Bruce Willis drinking coffee with pals, his wife posted a public service message with their followers on Saturday.

In the heartbreaking video that was filmed from her kitchen table on Saturday, March 4, she said, “So this one is going out to the photographers and the video people that are trying to get those exclusives of my husband out and about, just keep your space.”

You can view the video, which begins with Emma apologizing for her look and joking, “It’s a Saturday, I just woke up,” before asking for followers who may also know someone with dementia to share their own story.

“Please refrain from screaming at my husband and asking him how he is doing or anything else, as well as from courting him and saying “Yippee-Ki-Yay.” Just don’t do it. Give him the room he needs, and make it possible for our family or whoever else is with him on that particular day to get him securely from point A to point B.”

After receiving a diagnosis of aphasia in 2022, veteran Hollywood actor Bruce decided to retire from the performing profession.

The 67-year-old man’s family, including Bruce’s wife Emma and ex-wife Demi Moore, made the revelation of the man’s health in a statement, saying that the ailment was “impacting his cognitive ability.”

Later on, in February 2023, Emma and Demi, together with his older children Rumer, Scout, and Tallulah, revealed in an update that “Bruce’s illness has deteriorated and we now have a more precise diagnosis: frontotemporal dementia (also known as FTD)”.

“Unfortunately, difficulties with communicating are only one of the many symptoms that Bruce has as a result of his illness. It is a relief to finally have a firm diagnosis, despite the fact that this is quite painful “they continued on.

The symptoms of FTD manifest themselves gradually at first and then slowly worsen over time.

These symptoms often involve profound changes in behavior, such as cursing, poor judgment, emotional separation from others, lack of energy, and decreased frequency of speaking. The illness cannot yet be treated in any way.

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