Rumer Willis Says Dad Bruce Wants Her to Have a Son

Rumer Willis, Demi Moore, Bruce Willis, Scout Willis, Emma Heming Willis and Tallulah Willis attend Demi Moore's 'Inside Out' Book Party on September 23, 2019 in Los Angeles, California.
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Bruce Willis is craving some male energy after having five daughters.

Bruce Willis is craving some male energy after having five daughters. His eldest child, Rumer Willis, co-hosted The Talk on Friday, and shared that the actor has told her that he would like for her to have a son.

Rumer is the eldest child of Bruce and his ex-wife, Demi Moore. Bruce and Demi also share 29-year-old Scout and 26-year-old Tallulah, and Bruce has two daughters with his second wife, Emma Heming -- 9-year-old Mabel and 6-year-old Evelyn.

"Even my dad puts pressure on me," Rumer, 32, said of having kids. "Over the quarantine he was like, 'So I'd like for you to have a son because I need some male energy in this group.' It's a lot of women, obviously. He has five daughters and my mom and my stepmom. There's just a lot of female energy. Even then, I'm like, OK, I want to make sure who I do that with."

Rumer joked that Bruce would take her son from her if she had one.

"But even still, if I have a son, I guarantee you guys, my dad would somehow try to come in and kidnap him, hijack the child, try and take him away," she cracked. "But it's important to wait. I think it's so important not to rush in and have it be about the lust or about, you know, that immediate connection, then building a real foundation."

Meanwhile, it looks like the Willis clan couldn't be happier with their blended family. Emma recently shared a birthday tribute to Demi on her Instagram Story, posting a photo of both her and Bruce holding up copies of the actress' autobiography, Inside Out.

"Happy birthday @demimoore. We adore you!" Emma wrote.

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For more on their close relationship, watch the video below.