Demi and Bruce win co-parenting award
Divorcees Demi Moore and Bruce Willis have been chosen as the winners of the first annual Celebrity Co-Parent Awards run by Child-Centred Divorce.
The support network for parents experiencing divorce said the couple were responsible, loving parents who had put their children's emotional needs before their own.
Rosalind Sedacca, founder of Child-Centred Divorce, commented: "These two parents are ideal role models for families facing the challenges of divorce."
Demi Moore and Bruce Willis met in 1987 and got married two months later. They had three daughters together - Rumer in 1988, Scout LaRue in 1991 and Tallulah Belle in 1994.
The couple separated in 1998 and divorced in 2000, but they have always remained friends and have insisted they will not let their separation affect their children.
Indeed, Demi Moore has spoken openly about the divorce of her own parents and the impact it had on her and her brother, adamant that she would do things differently.
Robin Williams and soon-to-be ex wife Marsha - who filed for divorce in March this year - were also praised by Child-Centred Divorce.
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Published on: August 1, 2008
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