Demi Moore has called daughter Tallulah’s engagement news “a happy day for the whole family” in a sweet message for her and fiancé Dillon Buss.
Tallulah, 27, said yes “with absolute most certainty” when Dillon got down on one knee.
“HANDS STILL SHAKIN’ – MOM’S SPAGHETTI – I’m FIANCÉNCHED,” she added.
The proposal came after a year of romancing, beginning their love story in February last year.
But Dillon was welcomed by Tallulah’s mum and dad, Demi and her ex-husband Bruce Willis, and sisters Rumer and Scout, as they all stuck out lockdown together.
Fast forward to more than a year later, and Tallulah is a bride to be.
Rumer and Scout were the first to offer their congratulations publicly, while proud mum Demi has now written: “Congrats to my baby girl and her adorable beloved on their engagement!
“Happy day for the whole family.”
She had shared a snap of Tallulah and Dillon planting kisses on each of her cheeks, and a screengrab of the moment she shared the news on a family FaceTime.
Tallulah is the youngest of the three sisters, while they also have two half-siblings in Evelyn and Mabel, who dad Bruce has with wife Emma Heming-Willis.
Dillon poured his heart out yesterday in another announcement post.
“I can finally call you my fiancé. Love you forever Buuski Lu, you are my best friend,” he penned, as fans and celeb pals alike rushed to offer congratulations.
Scout wrote: “I’m so buoyed by this JOYOUS LOVE CELEBRATION!!!! HIP HIP HURRAY!!!!! @buuski@dillonbuss today is a blessing because of your love!
“5/4/21 Welcome the first official WILLIS BROTHER.”
Rumer added: “I love these crazy kids. Congratulations @dillonbuss and @buuski I love you both so immensely and I am so excited for you.”
Demi and Bruce split in 1998, but the exes were on such good terms that they were able to isolate with their daughters at the start of last year.
Emma isolated with Bruce’s younger daughters separately until they were able to join the gang in Idaho.
Demi and Emma famously get along like a house on fire.