The blouse was partially tucked in to a pair of ankle length jeans and she wore white canvas sneakers for her stroll.
The mother of two, who shares daughters Mabel, 11, and Evelyn, nine, with the action star, accessorized with a stacked necklaces, one featuring a round pendant, the other boating a square gold pendant.
She appeared to be wearing natural looking makeup and styled her long, dark locks straight and pulled back into a half ponytail.
Casual style: Emma Heming Willis kept it casual as she ran errands in Los Angeles Thursday looking stylish in an oversized lavender and white striped button down shirt over a white T-shirt tucked into straight leg ankle jeans
The former runway model has become an advocate for her husband, who suffers from Frontotemporal Dementia, a condition that affects his ability to communicate.
The family announced his devastating diagnosis in March 22.
November is National Caregiver Month, and in an article for Maria Shriver’s The Sunday Paper, Emma shared what she has learned about navigating the condition as a caregiver.
The doting wife and mother wrote that finding community is important.
‘With a specific diagnosis, you have a chance to find a community. You get to connect with people who understand your story immediately,’ she wrote.
‘You don’t even have to explain yourself. The people I’ve met and interviewed in the FTD community have so much compassion, and are so determined to make things better for the next family.’
Awareness about the condition, she advised, is crucial.
‘The world needs to know that not all dementia is Alzheimer’s and that not all dementia impacts memory,’ she stated.
Natural beauty: She appeared to be wearing natural looking makeup and styled her long, dark locks straight and pulled back into a half ponytail
Family: The mother of two, who shares daughters Mabel, 11, and Evelyn, nine, with husband Bruce Willis, 68, who suffers from Frontotemporal Dementia (seen here in December 2020)
Advocate: Emma has become a caregiver for her husband and an advocate for FTD care and research since announcing the Die Hard star’s diagnosis in March 2020
‘A disease like FTD presents instead with changes to behavior, personality, language, or movement.’
The advocate said she was ‘inspired and motivated’ by those who have brought attention to other conditions, ‘the changes that have followed have been remarkable.’
Research for FTD is underway and she revealed that ‘the first disease-modifying treatments for FTD are in clinical trials right now,’ and that participants were being actively recruited.
‘Now is the time for our community to take action to end this disease,’ she contended.
Emma relayed that since The Sixth Sense star’s diagnosis, she has become a more compassionate person.
‘I find that I’m able to hold more space for what others might be going through. I’m holding gratitude as well as grief.’
The Coco Baba founder said she also wants to set an example for her daughters through her advocacy, ‘working with others, fighting through the stigma and isolation that a disease like this can bring.’
Research: The Make Time Wellness founder revealed in an article in Maria Shriver’s The Sunday Paper that ‘the first disease-modifying treatments for FTD are in clinical trials right now,’ and that participants were being actively recruited (Pictured in New York in October 2019)
Hope: Emma wrote she has more hope now than when the Die Hard star was first diagnosed. ‘I have hope in how our entire family can find joy in the small things, and in coming together to celebrate all the moments life has to offer,’ she said
The former Victoria’s Secret model wrote she understands that her family’s celebrity means they have access to resources other might not be able to afford and ‘It’s important to me to be an advocate on behalf of those families who don’t have the time, energy, or resources to advocate for themselves.’
The Make Time Wellness founder closed by saying she has more hope now than when the Die Hard star was first diagnosed.
‘I have hope in how our entire family can find joy in the small things, and in coming together to celebrate all the moments life has to offer,’ she claimed
‘As much as I grieve this experience daily—as I know so many others do—I also know that it has made me stronger than I ever thought possible.’