There was no doubt that Demi Moore and Bruce Willis were one of the most famous couples in Hollywood at the time, and they attracted a lot of attention as a couple. The news of their divorce came as a shock to many people. In the year 2000, many people wondered what caused their divorce.
The couple were married for 13 years, and from the outside, it looked as if they were one of the happiest couples, but there were clearly some issues that occurred. As a result of the divorce, their relationship was not good at first, but it quickly improved as time went on.
Demi talked about some of the reasons why the divorce probably took place in a recent interview with the media. During their time together, Willis encouraged her to devote herself to raising her children, instead of putting a priority on her career.
As a father, he wanted Moore to give all his attention to the children, so the children would have someone to grow up with and to be able to talk to. Acting and the role of mother didn't seem to be a good fit for him, as he thought they were two different things.
It was too much pressure for Demi Moore to handle anymore. She was often reprimanded by Willis about this, and in such conditions, it seems that her love was weakening as a result. In the end, she realized that she had no choice but to leave such a marriage.
Willis also wanted to be free and look for a new partner. The fact that Bruce was insistent that they could not both work and be parents made things difficult for her. In an attempt to make this work, Demi tried to take her daughter to the movie set, and she constantly adjusted her schedule so that it would fit around the scheduling of her husband. It seems that the divorce was the best thing for both of them after all.