Tallulah Belle Willis, the daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore, officially entered high society in Paris on Saturday (November 26, 2011), watched on by her father and sisters.
Tallulah, 17, is the youngest of the Willis clan but looked mature and elegant in a black Lanvin gown as she showed up to the swanky Hotel de Crillon for the annual Le Bal des Debutantes - a traditional evening that unveils eligible young women into the social pipeline. Her sisters Rumer and Scout, the latter of whom appeared at the event in 2009, cheered on Tallulah but father Bruce appeared more reserved, with an insider telling People magazine, "He was a little different than three years ago.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". Mother Demi Moore was absent from the event, but she's presumably preoccupied with matters in her personal life having filed for divorce from husband Ashton Kutcher.
The Willis clan, including Bruce's second wife Emma Heming Willis, had decided to skip Thanksgiving in the United States to arrive in Paris a few days before the big event. The Hollywood couple are expecting their first child next year, while Demi and Ashton are set to begin divorce proceedings in a bid to split their reported $280 million fortune.