Bruce Willis a father again, at 57


LOS ANGELES—Veteran Hollywood action star Bruce Willis has become a father again at 57 after his second wife Emma gave birth to a baby girl, the couple’s first child together, a spokesman said Monday.

In this Jan. 16, 2011 file photo, Bruce Willis arrives with his wife, Emma Heming, for the Golden Globe Awards, in Beverly Hills, Calif. AP

Designer and model Heming-Willis, 33, gave birth to Mabel Ray Willis on Sunday in Los Angeles, said the spokesman, adding that both parents “are overjoyed about the newest member of their family.

“Both mother and baby are healthy and doing beautifully,” he added. The baby weighed in at a healthy 9 lbs., 1 oz.

Willis, who married the designer and model three years ago, already has three daughters — Rumer, 23, 20-year-old Scout, and Tallulah Belle, 17 — from his first marriage to Demi Moore, which ended in 2000.

The “Die Hard” star tied the knot with Heming in March 2009, in a Caribbean island ceremony attended by Moore and their three daughters. Her new husband, actor Ashton Kutcher whom she wed in 2005, also attended.

Kutcher and Moore announced their separation in November.

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  • Allan

    All girls. Time to have a  boy

    • galnxdoor

      And here’s a “sexist” comment from another STC moral crusader?

      • Ross18

         your on a roll….hahaha

  • Saint Luci

    Matulis pa rin itong si Bruce. Idol!

    • galnxdoor

      Nice comment from someone who talks about morality on the STC story.

      • Ross18

         hahaha…good one.

  • RomyLitz

    Bruce will never have a son, it seems.

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