Tallulah Willis debuts in Paris with daddy Bruce, but no Demi
Tallulah Willis, daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore, has officially entered high society with the help of her dad, her sisters and some haute couture.
Tallulah, at 17 the youngest in the Willis clan, showed to Paris' swanky Hotel de Crillon on Saturday for the annual Le Bal des Débutantes, the traditional unveiling of eligible young women into the social fold.
Sisters Rumer and Scout, the latter of whom debuted at the Crillon in 2009, showed to cheer on Tallulah, who donned a floor-length black Lanvin gown with a jeweled bust.
Matriarch Demi Moore was absent from the celebration, as she's presumably preoccupied with divorce proceedings in Los Angeles, but Bruce was on hand to toast his baby.
"He was a little different than three years ago [when Scout was a debutante], more reserved," an onlooker told People. "He was there for his daughter, but protective. It wasn't until around midnight when he danced with Tallulah that you saw him become more relaxed."
The Willis gang, including dad's second wife, Emma Heming Willis, skipped Thanksgiving at home and arrived in Paris a few days before the big event, as seen in the video above.
Also, thanks to Emma and Bruce, Tallulah Belle Willis won't be the youngest in the family for much longer: Their first baby together is due early next year.
-- Matt Donnelly