Tallulah Willis Opens Up About Getting Her Facial Filler Dissolved

    Tallulah Willis Opens Up About Getting Her Facial Filler Dissolved

    Tallulah Willis, the youngest daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis, is getting candid about her self-image issues and her decision to dial back on cosmetic procedures.

    Tallulah, 30, shared a trio of snapshots to Instagram on Friday showing what her natural face looks like after getting rid of her facial filler.

    “I was scared to mention but I recently got my filler dissolved – after being very emotionally and psychologically wrapped up in what I thought it gave me,” Tallulah wrote alongside the photos. “I hadn’t seen my real bone structure in like 6 years.”

    “Still learning to dial back the futzing and the pokes and sit with myself as I am,” she continued, “which is hard when your brain tells you that yes! more is better!”

    The post regarding her filler comes just a few days after she publicly disclosed her autism diagnosis for the first time.

    Tallulah posted a nostalgic video from her childhood, which depicted a tender moment between herself and her famous father at a red carpet event. As the actor fielded questions from the press, young Tallulah amused herself by gently rubbing her father’s shaved head and playing with his ears.

    Alongside the video, Tallulah wrote, “Tell me you’re autistic without telling me you’re autistic,” followed by a crying-laughing emoji.

    Prompted by inquiries from followers in the comments section, Tallulah confirmed her autism diagnosis, marking the first time she has publicly acknowledged it. She revealed that she learned of her diagnosis during the previous summer, describing the revelation as a life-changing experience.

    Tallulah’s revelation received an outpouring of support and admiration from her followers, who commended her bravery in sharing her journey. Tallulah engaged with her followers in the comments, expressing gratitude for their support and reminiscing about the cherished moment with her father. Tallulah has also been sharing numerous memories and posts about her father in recent years, amid his struggle with frontotemporal dementia.


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