Bruce Willis Wears Hawaiian Shirt, Spends Day at Playground With Wife Emma, Baby Mabel

Celebrity Moms Jul. 1, 2013 AT 7:25PM
Bruce Willis and Emma Heming went for a morning walk in Beverly Hills with baby daughter Mabel on Sunday, June 30. Bruce Willis and Emma Heming went for a morning walk in Beverly Hills with baby daughter Mabel on Sunday, June 30. Credit: AKM-GSI

Who's Mr. Tough Guy now? Veteran action star Bruce Willis looked less Die Hard and more Daddy Day Care during a family playground play date with wife Emma Heming and baby daughter Mabel, 15 months, in Los Angeles on Sunday, June 30.

The usually stoic actor couldn't wipe a goofy grin off his face as he enjoyed the sunny weekend with his two gals, even opting to ditch his usual wardrobe for more dad-friendly fare. 

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Willis, 57, donned a white Hawaiian shirt emblazoned with the phrase "Caribbean Cowboy" and drawings of palm trees and horses forming a pattern on his shirt. The actor even wore a fedora and sandals to complete his tropical vacation look.

Heming, meanwhile, similarly kept her look simple and understated in a white-and-grey tank top, light jeans and her hair pulled back in a messy bun.

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Their adorable daughter Mabel wore a matching top and rolled-up jeans to match her model mother, 35.

"Things are just a bit smoother this time around for Bruce," a source tells Us Weekly of Willis' second go at fatherhood (the Pulp Fiction actor is also dad to daughters Rumer, 24, Scout, 21, and Tallulah, 19, with ex-wife Demi Moore). "He had his first girls during the most chaotic [period] of his career and Demi was also a star."

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"Emma is a very devoted mother, and supportive of him, so when he needs to work she steps up her mommy game," the source continued. "That being said, he is very present and amazing with Mabel, Mabel loves him and always a lovely little girl when she's in dad's arms."

Willis and Heming tied the knot in 2009 in the Turks and Caicos islands.

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