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February 25, 2003
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Despite being divorced, screen star Bruce Willis and his famous ex-wife Demi Moore present a united family front, often stepping out together with their three daughters, Rumer, Scout and Tallulah. And now, the Sixth Sense star has once again proved he's one-half of the friendliest split in Hollywood, heaping praise upon his former spouse and her soon-to-be comeback.

"I think it's fantastic," he told US TV programme Access Hollywood of Demi's return to the big screen in Charlie's Angels II. "She's a babe."

The action hero also revealed that the couple's girls, now aged 14, 11 and 9, have caught "a bit" of the acting bug. Rumer famously co-starred alongside her mum in the much-talked-about film Striptease, and Scout had a role in Demi's The Scarlet Letter.

"The rule in our family is they get to act in films as long as it's either with their mom or dad," he explained, adding that his youngest child, Tallulah, who appeared in Bandits, has a small part in his upcoming film, The Whole Ten Yards. "She gets a laugh in that. She was actually on the set improvising funny lines with Matthew Perry."

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"She's a babe," says Bruce of his former wife. "I think she is happy to be back"Photo: © PA
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Five years after their high-profile divorce, Bruce and Demi, seen here with their three daughters, continue to present a united family front

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