Cry Hard 2: Bruce Willis and wife expecting second baby

Bruce Willis and Emma Heming.
Bruce Willis and Emma Heming.

BRUCE Willis and his wife Emma Heming are expecting their second child together.

The 'Die Hard' star and the 35-year-old British model, who welcomed their first daughter, Mabel, in April 2012, are thrilled she is pregnant again.

A source confirmed the news to after Emma was spotted showing off her baby bump at a farmer's market in Los Angeles on Sunday (15.12.13).

The 58-year-old actor also has three daughters, Rumer, 25, Scout, 22, and Tallulah, 19, with his ex-wife, Demi Moore.

A source previously revealed that Bruce, who married Emma in 2009, is "very present and amazing with Mabel."

The insider also said that his brunette wife "is a very devoted mother, and supportive of him, so when he needs to work she steps up her mommy game."

Bruce had previously claimed he was indifferent to having children with Emma, as the only thing that mattered was being with her.

He said: "I'd like to have a thousand more children, or zero more children. It doesn't matter. Emma makes me feel great."

Topics:  bruce willis demi moore parenting

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