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According to an Instagram post from their youngest daughter, Tallulah, the famous exes have been in self-isolation with their children and their respective partners.
“Chatoic neutral,” Tallulah captioned the photo of Moore and Willis side-by-side wearing a matching green and white striped pyjama sets by Leveret. In the background, their daughter Scout and Tallulah’s partner, director Dillon Buss, are posing. A sleeping dog is pictured in the foreground wearing the brand’s canine version of the comfortable threads.
When one follower criticized the famous family for seemingly not taking social distancing seriously, Tallulah said that they “made the choice to quarantine together and have been together for 27 days taking every precaution. Please stay inside and wash your hands!”
Moore shared a separate photo to her personal Instagram account taken during the group’s self-isolation with the caption “Family bonding.” The post featured the entire quarantine crew, including Willis, Scout and Tallulah in the same matching pyjamas.
The “Ghost” actress and Willis were married in 1987 and had three daughters together, 31-year-old Rumer, 28-year-old Scout and 26-year-old Tallulah before they formally divorced in 2000, nearly two years after they announced their separation.
The family’s amicable self-isolation received praise from followers for continuing to be close friends and co-parents, nearly twenty years after their divorce.
“What a beautiful example of a blended family,” one follower wrote to Moore. “This makes me so happy.”
“[Family bonding] at it’s finest! Love and miss you guys,” Willis’s wife, Emma Heming Willis, wrote.
Willis and Heming Willis married in 2009 and have two daughters together, 8-year-old Mabel and 5-year-old Evelyn.
In her 2019 memoir “Inside Out” Moore explained how although her marriage to Willis ended in divorce, she “felt more connected” to the actor after their split.
“It’s a funny thing to say, but I’m very proud of our divorce,” Moore wrote. “I think Bruce was fearful at the beginning that I was going to make our split difficult, and that I would express my anger and whatever baggage that I had from our marriage by obstructing his access to the kids — that I’d turn to all of those ploys divorcing couples use as weapons...we managed to move the heart of our relationship, the heart of what created out family, into something new that gave the girls a loving, supportive environment with both parents.”