Would you let your daughter run around in her birthday suit? See why Demi thinks its okay!
Tallulah Willis invited bloggers Elisa Goodkind and Lily Mandelbaum of StyleLikeU to her house in Los Angeles to talk all things fashion — but ended up dishing childhood words of wisdom from her mother, Demi Moore. She admits, “[My mom] was very much like, ‘Love your body, love yourself, run around naked…’ Whatever we wanted to do, it was very accepting.”
The 18-year-old student, born and raised in Idaho, seems to love who she is — inside and out — because her parents let her be who she is.
Her father, Bruce Willis, shares the same free living and loving ideologies as his ex-wife. “My dad, he always says, ‘Whatever you wanna do, we love it and support,'” she says.
Her mom’s advice rubbed off in a positive way for the teenager. “It’s almost weird if you’re like ‘I love my body” everyone’s like ‘you’re conceited.’ It’s like you have to be insecure and hate yourself to be the norm. Just have fun, smile and laugh…that’s the best thing in the world.”
Other than being allowed to run around naked, she says her mother wanted sisters, Rumer Willis, 23, and Scout Willis, 20, to love their bodies and love themselves too.
“Everything we wanted to do was accepted in our house and not put down. We grew up with the idea that everyone should just love themselves.”
Do you think this is good advice for your children, HollywoodLifers?
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