Bruce Willis seen in home video in his first appearance since being diagnosed with aphasia

Bruce Willis, 67, looked in good spirits as he enjoyed some quality time with his family after the family announced in March that he had been diagnosed with aphasia.

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Bruce Willis’ wife shares video of actor after brain diagnosis

Bruce Willis made a rare appearance in a home video shared by his wife Emma after he was diagnosed with aphasia – a brain disorder.

The actor’s wife posted a sweet clip of Bruce Lee playing basketball with friends in the driveway and captioned the clip: “I see you BeeDub”.

Bruce, 67, posed simply in cream chinos, a khaki long-sleeve sweater and a blue cap.

He was blocked on dribbling, but managed to get the shot – knocking it over the goal.

Despite his health, the actor seemed in good spirits as he played.

This was one of his first appearances since his family announced his aphasia diagnosis and retirement, which left Hollywood heartbroken.

Bruce Willis enjoys playing basketball after a heartbreaking diagnosis


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He appeared in good spirits as he threw the ball around the drive


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His supportive mixed family shared the news of his condition in March.

Bruce’s daughter Rumer, 33, took to Instagram at the time to share a very personal and heartfelt message about her father.

“To Bruce’s amazing supporters, as a family, we would like to share that our beloved Bruce has been experiencing several health issues and has recently been diagnosed with dementia. language, which is affecting his cognitive abilities,” she wrote.

“As a result of this and with much consideration, Bruce is leaving a career that means a lot to him.”

He was diagnosed with a brain condition that affected his cognitive abilities


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Bruce and Emma sold off assets prior to the announcement of his health battle


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She continued: “This has been a truly challenging time for our family and we are so grateful for your love, compassion and unwavering support.

“We’re conducting this as a strong family unit and want to engage his fans because we know how much he means to you, just as you do to him.

“As Bruce always says, ‘Live your life to the fullest’ and together we have a plan to make it happen.”

Rumer Willis shared her comeback with her father Bruce Willis and sister Scout Willis (left)


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Aphasia is a disorder caused by damage to a specific area of ​​the brain that controls the ability to express and understand language.

Heartbreaking for Bruce and his family, the condition makes it impossible for one to communicate.

Emma recently shared her struggles after Bruce was diagnosed with a brain disorder.

The 43-year-old model, who has two daughters, Mabel, 10, and Evelyn, eight, with Bruce told The Bump: “Willis told The Bump: ‘I struggle with making time for self-care every day. .

Scout also shared this photo of herself and her dad after the family heard the news



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“I put my family’s needs ahead of my own, which I find doesn’t make me a hero.

“That amount of care for others in my family has impacted my mental health and overall health, and it serves no one in my family.”

She told the American parenting website that she is trying to take care of herself and exercise to relieve stress.

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