It may not typically be a milestone of a birthday, but when Tallulah Willis turned 22 she made sure to do it in style. The birthday girl celebrated her big day with mum Demi Moore and sisters Rumer and Scout Willis at her side.
The Bandits actress shared a fun snap of her and her mum Demi embracing. "thanks for holding me in your body for 9 months bb," she captioned the photo.
Tallulah embraced her mum Demi
Tallulah rocked gold metallic trousers, white boots and a black top, while her mum opted for a red dress and black framed glasses.
The birthday girl and her guests enjoyed a fun karaoke session, where Tallulah performed a rendition of Britney Spears' Baby One More Time while everyone cheered her on.
Tallulah celebrated her 22nd birthday
Her older sisters Rumer, 27, and Scout, 24 were sure to make an appearance at their sister's party. Rumer, the eldest of Bruce Willis and Demi's three daughters, uploaded a sweet black-and-white snap of herself with Scout, Tallulah and their mother.
"Love these beautiful humans so much...Couldn't ask for a better group of women to call my fam. Celebrating the birth of my baby girl @buuski I love you guys so much #famovereverything," the Now and Then actress wrote alongside the image.
Rumer, Scout, Demi and Tallulah enjoyed the birthday celebrations together
It seems the women are closer than ever following Tallulah's successful treatment in rehab. The budding artist, who shared many of her sketches on Instagram, wrote of her gratitude at being in recovery.
"90 days ago I was a mucky mess," she said. "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!"
The 22-year-old had allegedly been "given an ultimatum" by her parents, who warned that if she didn't check herself into rehab, they would "take away everything from her," People magazine previously reported. She is said to have entered the facility in late July 2014 to deal with alcohol and substance abuse.