Bruce Willis has opened up about how proud he is of his three daughters with ex wife Demi Moore, claiming they are “fabulous young women”.
The girls, Rumer, 24, Scout, 21, and Tallulah 19, haven't had the easiest 18 months, with their mother's divorce and subsequent rehab trip to substance abuse issues and an eating disorder, but the 'A Good Day To Die Hard' star claimed he couldn't be prouder of them.
“My older girls are turning into fabulous young women and there was a time when they were in their kind of mid-teens that I didn’t know what was going to happen with them, and I'm so pleased to tell you that they turned out really great. My 10-month-old daughter Mabel has got her own sense of humour," Bruce told Daybreak.
Bruce became a father for the fourth time last year when daughter Mabel arrived, from his marriage to new wife Emma Heming-Willis, and claims it's “more fun” this time around.
Proud Daddy: Bruce with his daughters on the red carpet (WENN)
“There is a gap. I don’t think I’ve changed, it seems, if anything, to be more fun,” he claimed. “I think my job really, outside of acting, is to try to make Mabel laugh. I do stupid stuff all of the time. I do spit takes.”
The star is in London for the next two months and claimed that he's a huge fan of the UK.
“Can I tell you how much I like London? Because my wife and I and our new baby, Mabel, we are here for just about two-and-a-half months, almost three months. I'm a big fan of the Queen and all the Royals, but I like that Queen.”
He added: “She’s as tough as nails, tough. A sweetheart.”