Demi Moore and her pregnant daughter Rumer Willis were the epitome of a gorgeous mother-daughter bond at the Versace fashion show as they matched in black.
The two women looked stunning as they held hands and smiled arriving together at the swanky event in West Hollywood, Los Angeles.
And the duo looked upbeat as they put on a united front despite the family's immeasurable struggles following actor Bruce Willis' frontotemporal dementia diagnosis.
Rumer, 34, showed off her blooming baby bump in a fitted black mini dress and smart coat, as she gears up to welcome her first child.
The black jacket featured gold buttons on the front, and the singer-actress left it open to put her baby bump on display.
The star oozed elegance with a touch of quirkiness as she rocked a pair of black platform heels adorned with white diamond gems and her blonde highlighted locks in her natural curls.
Rumer then accessorised with a pair of statement diamond drop earrings, her signature nose ring and a dainty black clutch bag for the event.
Demi, 60, was giving Cher vibes as she opted to wear her jet black locks in a sleek centre parting as her mane cascaded down her back.
Opting for blush and smokey eyeshadow, the Indecent Proposal icon was a support for her grown-up daughter as she stayed by her side.
Demi wore her own version of a black blazer jacket, but instead of a dress, she donned a sheer black shirt and suit-style trousers underneath.
She also carried a small black clutch batch for her essentials.
The pair's joint appearance comes amid the heartbreaking news that Bruce, 67, is progressively deteriorating following confirmation of his dementia diagnosis.
The Die Hard legend shares children Rumer, Tallulah and Scout with his ex-wife Demi, and is currently married to wife Emma Haming Willis.
Bruce retired from acting last year after initially being diagnosed with aphasia, a condition which has affected his cognitive abilities.
Doctors have since informed the family that the star has an uncommon type of dementia which causes problems with behaviour and language.
On 17 February, the Willis family posted a joint statement which read: "Our family wanted to start by expressing our deepest gratitude for the incredible outpouring of love, support and wonderful stories we have all received since sharing Bruce’s original diagnosis.
"In the spirit of that, we wanted to give you an update about our beloved husband, father and friend since we now have a deeper understanding of what he is experiencing.
"Since we announced Bruce’s diagnosis of aphasia in spring 2022, Bruce’s condition has progressed and we now have a more specific diagnosis: frontotemporal dementia (known as FTD).
"Unfortunately, challenges with communication are just one symptom of the disease Bruce faces. While this is painful, it is a relief to finally have a clear diagnosis.
"To read our full statement and learn more about this disease please go to the link in our bio. In Love & Gratitude Ladies of Willis/Moore," the family added.
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