Bruce Willis goes out for ice cream with his longtime friend Stephen Eads

Bruce Willis was spotted grabbing a large cup of ice cream in Los Angeles on Monday.

The 67-year-old actor was joined by his longtime friend Stephen Eads, who went from Willis’ personal assistant in the early 1990s to producing his films.

The Die Hard star wore a shirt from Katonah, New York, where he previously owned a large complex.

Sweet tooth: Bruce Willis was spotted grabbing a large cup of ice cream in Los Angeles on Monday

Bruce sold the five-bedroom property that sits on 22 acres in Westchester County in 2019 for $8.7 million.

The Death Becomes Her star added faded jeans and a baseball cap with a large ‘B’ pulled down over his eyes.

Willis and Eads worked together on The Last Boy Scout (1991) (when Wads was Willis’ assistant), Hart’s War (2002), Live Free Or Die Hard (2007), Once Upon A Time In Venice (2017) and American Siege (2017). 2021).

During the ice cream ride, Eads was all black with his long gray hair down.

Willis’ ice cream adventure comes about because he’s been keeping a low profile in recent months following his aphasia diagnosis.

BFF: The 67-year-old actor was joined by his longtime friend Stephen Eads, who went from Willis' personal assistant in the early 1990s to producing his films

BFF: The 67-year-old actor was joined by his longtime friend Stephen Eads, who went from Willis’ personal assistant in the early 1990s to producing his films

Willis disorder is “a condition that affects your ability to communicate” that “can affect your speech as well as the way you write and understand spoken and written language,” according to the Mayo Clinic.

The condition can occur after a head injury or stroke, or it can be a predecessor to a brain tumor or Alzheimer’s disease.

Patients living with the condition are usually treated with speech therapy and taught ways to communicate non-verbally.

Before the move: Willis with his wife Emma Heming at the Met Gala in 2009

Before the move: Willis with his wife Emma Heming at the Met Gala in 2009

At rest: This spring Emma shared this photo with Bruce during a nature walk

At rest: This spring Emma shared this photo with Bruce during a nature walk

His wife Emma, ​​ex-wife Demi Moore, 59, and five daughters Rumer, 33, Scout, 30, Tallulah, 28, Mabel Ray, 10, and Evelyn, 8, issued a joint statement via Instagram on March 30 announcing your diagnosis of aphasia.

They said the Hollywood icon “is experiencing some health issues and has recently been diagnosed with aphasia, which is affecting his cognitive abilities.”

“As a result of this and with much consideration, Bruce is stepping back from the career that has meant so much to him. This is a really challenging time for our family and we are so grateful for your continued love, compassion and support.’

They continued: ‘We’re going through this as a strong family unit, and we wanted to bring his fans in because we know how much he means to you, just like you mean to him. As Bruce always says, “Live it” and together we plan to do just that.’

One Big Family: Willis with (LR) Rumer, Demi Moore, Scout, Emma and Tallulah in 2019

One Big Family: Willis with (LR) Rumer, Demi Moore, Scout, Emma and Tallulah in 2019

Willis’ career spanned nearly 45 years and saw him take on iconic roles in films such as Pulp Fiction, Die Hard, The Sixth Sense, Unbreakable and many other projects.

Last month, Cybill Shepherd made some rare comments about her Moonlighting co-star Willis.

The iconic 72-year-old Hollywood star said she had great chemistry with the actor and ‘will always love him’. Her TV show aired from 1985 to 1989.

The blonde beauty spoke about her longtime friend when at the annual Race to Erase MS benefit gala in Los Angeles, hosted by Race to Erase MS founder Nancy Davis.

Good match: Cybill Shepherd made some rare comments about her Moonlighting co-star Willis in May.  The iconic blonde Hollywood star said she had great chemistry with the actor and 'will always love him'

Good match: Cybill Shepherd made some rare comments about her Moonlighting co-star Willis in May. The iconic blonde Hollywood star said she had great chemistry with the actor and ‘will always love him’

Willis recently announced that he has retired to fight aphasia.

Shepherd told Extra that they were in love with each other. “My temperature went up 10 degrees. It meant two things to me: one, I was very attracted to him, two, I would never act on it, because we were both very attracted to each other.’

She added: ‘I will always love Bruce.’

And she said he was the only guy they wanted for the TV show. “I just have to say one thing about Bruce,” she said. ‘No one else was considered for the role when he walked into the room.’

On the orange carpet: The blonde beauty spoke about her friends when at the annual Race to Erase MS benefits gala in Los Angeles

On the orange carpet: The blonde beauty spoke about her friends when at the annual Race to Erase MS benefits gala in Los Angeles

Friends: (LR) Race to Erase MS founder Nancy Davis and Shepherd participate in the 29th Annual Race to Erase MS on May 20 in Los Angeles

Friends: (LR) Race to Erase MS founder Nancy Davis and Shepherd participate in the 29th Annual Race to Erase MS on May 20 in Los Angeles

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