Demi Moore's Daughter Tallulah Willis Gets Engaged To Director Dillon Buss — See The Engagement Ring
Bruce Willis and Demi Moore's youngest daughter Tallulah Willis announced her engagement to film director Dillon Buss on May 4.
Willis took to Instagram to announce the happy news and shared a string of photos of the proposal, depicting her reaction to it. With the camera hidden afar in their backyard, Dillon got down on one knee with the ring. Willis was overwhelmed by the surprise.
One by one the images show the actress's happiness as she leaned on to kiss him. Instead of your average "Yes," she wrote "with absolute most certainty" in the caption.
Later, Willis also posted a closer view of the huge emrald-cut engagement ring in a video. "HANDS STILL SHAKIN’ — MOMS SPAGHETTI — I’m FIANCÉNCHED," she wrote.
Dillion Buss also shared a series of photos celebrating their engagement. In the first one, his fiancée is seen embracing him as she showed off her engagement ring, with their dog also featured in the photo.
Buss also added other pictures of his wife-to-be holding a bouquet while flaunting the ring, as well as her surprised reaction later. Buss's happiness knows no bounds now that he can finally call her his fiancée.
He captioned the photos, "Love you forever Buuski Lu, you are my best friend," and referred to their Star Wars day engagement date as "#maythefourthbewithus."
Buss and Willis went official with their relationship on Valentine’s Day 2020.
Tallulah is Demi and Bruce's youngest daughter. The duo was married from 1987 to 2000 and have two other children: Rumer and Scout. The Willis family is stoked to have a new addition amongst them.
Willis's sister Scout was overjoyed by the news of her younger sister starting a new chapter in her life and commented on the announcement post saying she "weeping" and was "excited," with the mandatory crying and ring emojis.
Bruce's second wife Emma Heming was also happy about the engagement and had dropped several red hearts emojis in the comments.
Similarly, Rumer posted the happy couple's photos on her Instagram to congratulate them. Evidently overwhelmed, she also added a picture of all three sisters together and captioned it saying she loves "these crazy kids."
The oldest Willis sister extended hearty congratulations to her sister and her fiancé. Overcome with emotions, she was trying to let the engagement of her sister sink in.
"I love you both so immensely and I am so excited for you," she said whilst adding in her stories that she is very stoked to have him as a brother.