The still-gorgeous Demi Moore poses, in the new issue of Harper's Bazaar, with her and Bruce Willis' three daughters, Rumer,19, Scout, 16, and Tallulah,14. Demi's young husband, Ashton Kutcher also gets his say in the interview, and here's what you'll learn from reading it: They really are so freakin' happy.
Here's some excerpts:
Demi on introducing Ashton to the girls: “I didn’t bring somebody into their lives lightly. I looked at Ashton and thought, he’s 25 [he’s now 30]; it’s a lot to ask. Being with me isn’t about just being in a relationship with me; it’s about someone stepping into a situation where there is already a huge level of responsibility.”
Ashton on getting in with the girls: At first, I didn’t know how it was all going to play out, but everything fell into place. We all support each other. I’m occasionally overwhelmed by everyone’s generosity.
Ashton on how he feels that the kids say they love and admire him as much as their biological dad:
"I am eternally grateful for having them in my life. That makes me want to cry and hug them and cry a little bit more.”
Ashton on how he and Bruce became friends: "He’s a great guy. Guy guys make great friends. I just had to get over my ego, which was screaming, ‘This guy used to sleep with your woman,’ and I listened instead to the little voice inside that was whispering, ‘This guy loves and cares about your woman.’ Once I did that, it was a cakewalk.”
Tallulah on how she dealt with Demi and Ashton’s relationship: "I was in fourth grade, so it didn’t hit me as much as it did Scout and Rumer. But it still hit me a little, and it still does now. I find it weird that people think my stepdad is hot.”
Tallulah on her mom, dad and stepdad being good friends: “I love it. We are one big family. Late at night, after a long day, we can sit around and laugh with each other.”
I believe it!