Bruce Willis is 67-years-old and his whole family is showing him how much they love him.
The American actor celebrated another year around the sun in style, with an epic cake, party games, and making precious memories with his kids.
Ex Demi Moore also took time to celebrate him on his big day with a sweet social media post.
The 59-year-old actress – who was married to Bruce from 1987 to 2000 – shared a jolly snap of the pair in the kitchen, wearing big smiles on their faces as Demi held a chopping board.
‘Happy birthday, Bruce! Thankful for our blended family,’ she captioned her pic, referencing the three children she shares with the actor.
The stars parent Rumer, 33, Scout, 30, and Tallulah, 28, while Bruce shares Mabel, nine, and Evelyn, seven, with Emma Heming-Willis, whom he married in 2009 with Demi in attendance at the wedding.
Emma, 43, commented two red heart emoji on Demi’s pic, before sharing her own sweet tribute to her partner.
The model offered a glimpse inside their relationship with a video montage of adorable pics, with the song Right Down The Lane by Gery Rafferty playing in the background.
The video included photos of the couple cuddling, taking beach strolls and dining in a restaurant.
‘I don’t just love him, I really really like him 💓 #birthdayboy 💝’ she captioned the post.
Emma also shared an insight into her husband’s special day on her Instagram story, posting a clip of his yummy-looking chocolate cake with ‘happy birthday daddy’ piped on top in blue icing.
She later shared a video of Bruce blowing out his candles, which he, of course, did in the most badass way and started grooving after.
And the fun didn’t stop there, as Bruce proved you’re never too old for party games.
Emma shared a snap of their brood playing a headband guessing game, followed by a cute Polaroid of her cosying up to the actor, whom she met in 2007.
Daughter Rumer also wanted to show her appreciation for her dad on his 67th birthday, uploading quite the throwback to her story of her being held in her dad’s arms as a toddler.
‘Happy birthday papa, I love you so much,’ she wrote.
Back in October, Rumer spoke to PEOPLE about being the child of divorced parents, praising both her mum and dad for for making it so she ‘never’ felt pressured to pick a side.
‘I’m so grateful that we have all really strived to have really deep and meaningful and honest communication,’ she said.
‘In any relationship — whether it’s with a partner, whether it’s with your family or your friends — that being honest and just really communicating well and having good tools for communication, I think, is so unbelievably important.’
The House Bunny star continued: ‘I have a lot of friends who grew up with parents who got divorced at a young age and I watched their parents, like, pit them against each other or have to choose between holidays.
‘And I didn’t have to do that, and I feel so grateful that my parents made it such a priority that we could be a family, even though it looked different.’Credit: Source