Bruce Willis Plays With Daughter Mabel, 21 Months, on the Beach With Pregnant Wife Emma Heming: Cute Pictures

Celebrity Moms Feb. 25, 2014 AT 10:00AM
Bruce Willis was spotted in Malibu with daughter Mabel on Feb. 22 Bruce Willis and pregnant-again wife Emma Heming playing on the beach with daughter Mabel, 21 months on Feb. 22 Credit: Kmm-Juliano/X17online.com

Daddy and daughter time! Bruce Willis and his adorable daughter Mabel, 21 months, played on the beach, while the star's pregnant wife Emma Heming completed the happy family in Malibu Saturday, Feb. 22. See more cute pics of Bruce and baby Mabel.

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The 58-year-old star, dressed casually in navy pants and a light button-down shirt, protectively held his baby girl's hand as the two walked along the shoreline together. During one part of the oceanfront excursion, Willis took Mabel's arms to lift her tiny toes in and out of the Pacific waves. The diaper-clad tot beamed as she splashed around in the shallow waters under the guidance of her pop.

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Willis' very-pregnant wife, who also strolled along the shore, barefoot, in rolled-up distressed jeans and a printed top, carried a tote and slung her sneakers over one shoulder in mommy-like fashion.

Bruce Willis was spotted in Malibu with daughter Mabel and pregnant wife Emma Heming, on February 22, 2014.
Bruce Willis was spotted in Malibu with daughter Mabel and pregnant wife Emma Heming, on February 22, 2014.
Credit: Kmm-Juliano/X17online.com

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As previously reported by Us Weekly, the couple enjoyed a special babymoon in Parrot Cay in January ahead of the birth of their second child. (Us exclusively confirmed the news of Heming's second-time pregnancy back in December.)

"[Bruce is] adorable with Mabel and all of his girls," a source told Us of Willis, who also shares grown daughters Rumer, 25, Scout, 22, and Tallulah, 19, with ex-wife Demi Moore. "It's hilarious to see the tough guy stereotype just melt away. He'll put on a baby voice, get cute with her. Being a dad is no doubt the most important thing for him."

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