Emma Heming Willis is keeping her fondest memories with Bruce Willis alive amid his dementia diagnosis.
To celebrate the pair’s 14th wedding anniversary, the model shared a video montage of their vow renewal from 2019 via Instagram on Wednesday.
“On our 10th wedding anniversary we decided to renew our vows in the same place we said ‘I do’ back in 2009. I’m so happy we did,” Emma, 44, gushed in her caption.
“Seize every opportunity to unite and celebrate with family and friends. Those are the moments and beautiful pockets of memories that you get to hold on to for a lifetime. And we get to keep those memories safe and alive for the ones that might not be able to 💌.”
The footage — which was captured by Bruce’s ex-wife, Demi Moore — was set to Coldplay’s “Fix You” and showed Emma walking down the aisle barefoot alongside the pairs daughters – Mabel, now 10, and Evelyn, now 8.
Bruce’s longtime friend Stephen Eads officiated the ceremony while two of his other daughters, Rumer and Scout Willis, served as the wedding singers.
Towards the end of the video, the couple sealed the deal — for the second time — with a sweet kiss as their friends and family cheered them on. It concluded with a group photo titled, “family.”
However, the anniversary proves to be a bittersweet time for Emma, who reflected on how the pair’s relationship has changed in a tribute to her husband earlier this week.
“Today marks 14 years of marriage to the greatest love of my life,” the model wrote on Instagram.
“It got me thinking about how hard these types of ‘special occasions’ can be on caregivers,” she continued. “When usually our person would acknowledge the event, now their changing brains just can’t. And that is what it is.”
The candid post came nearly one year since the “Die Hard” star, 68, retired from acting due to his ongoing health issues.
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Soon after, the actor’s family revealed he had been diagnosed with aphasia — a language disorder.
Nearly one year later, it was revealed that Bruce was also diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia (FTD), which Emma said was a “painful” pill to swallow.
“FTD is a cruel disease that many of us have never heard of and can strike anyone,” Bruce’s family said in a statement shared on the Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration website.
Bruce’s family explained that there is no cure for FTD, which often sees patients suffer personality changes, speech difficulty and motor impairment.
The “Sixth Sense” star was married to Moore from 1987 to 2000. In addition to Rumer, 34, and Scout, 31, the exes also share daughter Tallulah, 29.