Demi Moore and her daughter Tallulah Willis enjoyed a mother-daughter day out with a refreshing hike in Runyon Canyon, California.
The supportive mum was celebrating her youngest child's road to recovery, as Tallulah recently marked 90 days clean since leaving rehab.
"Finally, someone who gets me. #ILOVEUDM," wrote Tallulah alongside an Instagram photo of the Hollywood actress and mother-of-three.
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'Finally, someone who gets me. #ILOVEUDM,' wrote Tallulah Willis
Demi, 51, was pictured beaming with happiness and pride in the sweet snap, which also included another important family member – Tallulah's pet chihuahua.
In another photo Tallulah, who was treated for alcohol and substance abuse in rehab, humoured fans by re-enacting an iconic scene from The Lion King, in which she raised her four-legged friend to the sky.
"Contemplating life and the benefits of converting to a breatharian. #1withnature," Tallulah captioned the photo. Besotted with her little pet, the 20-year-old recently set up an Instagram account dedicated especially to the canine, under the name meiko_the_gremlin.
Tallulah Willis re-enacts a scene from The Lion King with her pet canine friend
Taking to her own account, Tallulah updated fans on her successful recovery with a photo of herself giving a thumbs-up sign.
"90 days ago I was a mucky mess," she wrote. "Things are not perfect by any means but I radiate more positive energy on a daily basis then I ever thought possible. No longer allowing chemicals to infiltrate my bod was the best decision I've ever made. Here's 90 more days. Woot woot!"
Prior to their hike, Demi and Tallulah enjoyed a glam night out at the Hammer Museum's 12th annual Gala in the Garden party in California.
Tallulah Willis and Demi Moore enjoyed a glam night out in California
Looking every inch the award-winning actress, Demi wowed in a white sequined strapless dress while a healthy and happy Tallulah donned a chic black number that featured capped sleeves.
The fashion blogger, who was allegedly "given an ultimatum" by her parents Demi and Bruce Willis unless she checked herself into rehab, recently spoke about struggling with an eating disorder and body dysmorphia.
Tallulah was only 13 when she was diagnosed with the anxiety illness, which causes sufferers to spend a lot of time worrying about their appearance and to have a distorted view of how they look.
In a Stylelikeu video, she spoke about "feeling ugly" in her younger years and being "trapped" in a body, resulting in her losing large amounts of weight.