Tallulah Willis has once again spoken openly about her father Bruce Willis' health, providing an update on his battle with frontotemporal dementia (FTD).
"He's still the same, which is probably the best you can hope for in this situation, I think," she shared on the latest episode of 'The Drew Barrymore Show'.
"When I'm with him, I see love. And that's my dad, and he loves me, which is really special," the 29-year-old Tallulah Willis expressed emotionally, as reported by Entertainment Weekly.
Last year, the Willis family announced that the 'Die Hard' star had been diagnosed with aphasia. Then, in February, they revealed his FTD diagnosis.
Tallulah Willis also explained why they have chosen to be so open about 68-year-old Bruce Willis' condition.
"On one hand, it's who we are as a family, but it's also really important for us to raise awareness about FTD," she said.
"If we can take something we're struggling with as a family and help other people reach a turning point where they find something beautiful - that's really special for us," Tallulah Willis told host Drew Barrymore.
She also shared that she listens to music with her father and that they can just sit and feel each other's love.
"It's very special," says Tallulah Willis.
Bruce Willis fathered Tallulah with Demi Moore, to whom he was married from 1987 to 2000.
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