She could be spotted pushing a shopping cart into a location of the upscale health food supermarket chain Erewhon.
Off she goes: Rumer Willis showed off her vertiginous legs and taut midriff while stepping out for a spot of shopping in Los Angeles this week
Rumer teamed the shorts with clinging white crop top and sneakers, accessorizing with a snakeskin stitch handbag.
Warding off the California rays with a pair of large sunglasses, she let her fiery red curls down and wore a bit of fringe.
Her latest sighting comes after Bruce, 67 withdrew from acting amid his struggles with the brain condition aphasia, which causes language abilities to deteriorate.
An insider told People his family is ‘doing whatever they can’ for him and ‘have rallied around him in a big way to help Bruce cope with what is to come.’
Legs for days: The 33-year-old daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore was spotted out and about in a tiny pair of shorts for her latest outing
Bruce’s blended family issued a joint statement at the end of March announcing that he is ‘stepping away from the career that has meant so much to him.’
The statement revealed he ‘has been experiencing some health issues and has recently been diagnosed with aphasia, which is impacting his cognitive abilities.’
Demi and the three daughters she shares with Bruce – Rumer, 33, Scout, 30, and Tallulah, 28 – were all among the signatories of the statement.
So were Bruce’s current wife Emma Heming, 43, and the two little daughters they have together – Mabel, 10, and Evelyn, seven.
A place in the sun: Warding off the California rays with a pair of large sunglasses, she let her fiery red curls down and wore a bit of fringe
The family are now apparently focused on treasuring the upbeat memories they are able to create together such as Mabel turning 10 on April Fool’s Day last week.
‘Emma is especially grateful for the daughters she shares with Bruce. Everyone is focused on all the happy moments they are able to share,’ a People insider said.
Although the root cause of his aphasia has not gone public, a friend told The Sun that some of his loved ones believe his condition may be connected to a head injury he reportedly suffered on the set of Tears Of The Sun in 2002.
Bruce sued the production company, claiming to have sustained ‘substantial mental and physical injuries’ after being struck by a special effects explosive called a ‘squib.’ The parties reached a settlement in 2005 with details that have remained private.
Errands: Rumer teamed the shorts with clinging white crop top and sneakers, accessorizing with a snakeskin stitch handbag
However Joe Pancake, the special effects specialist on the movie, said Bruce was not hit by a ‘hot shell casing,’ not a squib, and ‘the judge laughed him out of court.’
‘In my 38 years of experience I know that they don’t fly up and hit you in the head,’ Joe told DailyMail.com last week. ‘He tried to blame my department. He dragged my name through the mud for two years. It was bulls***.’
Joe added: ‘After all his allegations they made him show his medical records and you know what the doctor prescribed him? Tylenol.’
‘We are moving through this’: Bruce’s blended family issued a joint statement a week ago announcing that he is ‘stepping away from the career that has meant so much to him’
Bruce’s blended family get along so well that earlier in lockdown Bruce was isolating in Idaho with Emma, Demi and all of his daughters.
Since the family went public with news of Bruce’s retirement, fans have flocked to social media to share their love for the Die Hard icon.
The Razzie Awards even decided to rescind a special category they had previously announced: ‘worst performance by Bruce Willis in a 2021 movie.’
‘I’d hoped for some love and compassion, I truly NEVER could have anticipated the depth and breadth of the love we received as a family yesterday,’ Scout wrote on Instagram amid the outpouring of affection for her father.
So sweet: Rumer is pictured as a little girl in a picture of with her father that she posted to her Instagram page last week
In the wake of the news the Los Angeles Times reported that colleagues had been worried for years about his cognitive health.
Sources told the newspaper that Bruce needed to wear an earpiece on set so that he could be given his lines if he went up on them.
While shooting the movie American Siege in 2020, he was even pictured wearing what appeared to be an earpiece.