Scout Willis puts on a VERY cheeky display in white linen hot pants as she visits the dry cleaners
Scout Willis put on a very cheeky display as she stepped out in Los Angeles on Tuesday.
The actress, 31, gave onlookers an eyeful as she flashed her bottom in a pair of skimpy white hotpants while heading to the dry cleaners.
She teamed the tiny garment with a white vest top and donned black leather boots.
The daughter of Bruce Willis, 68, and Demi Moore, 60, finished off the look with dark sunglasses and carried a woven bag.
Shortly after the outing, Scout took to Instagram to reveal she was working on new music.
Racy: Scout Willis put on a very cheeky display as she headed to the dry cleaners in Los Angeles on Tuesday clad in a skimpy white ensemble
Cheeky: The actress, 31, gave onlookers an eyeful as she flashed her bottom in a pair of skimpy white hotpants while heading to the dry cleaners
She shared a candid post about how she was feeling, saying that she ‘loves crying’ and is experiencing ‘grief, fear and overwhelm’.
Scout told her followers: ‘Posted this to close friends and then I realized wait. This isn’t something I feel weird about sharing! And honestly it’s important to share my process!
‘Feeling my feelings fully and making art with them is part of my delulu, joyful, playful bliss too!
‘I up my ability to be in high sensation and hold ALL of my feelings with so much loving reverence and honor!
‘I love crying and I love making art and I love that I get to be alive and feel so f***ing deeply.
‘What a joy (written as I am also experiencing grief and fear and overwhelm damn).’
The honest post comes months after Scout and her family posted a joint statement about her father’s dementia diagnosis.
The family told fans the actor has been diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia (FTD) – less than one year after he retired from acting due to his battle with brain disorder, aphasia.
Honest: Shortly after the outing, Scout took to Instagram to reveal she was working on new music as she shared a candid post about her emotions
Opening up: Scout added that feeling all those things was a great way to help her with her art as a musician and being vulnerable opened up all those feelings
The Hollywood icon withdrew from acting last year as he began his fight with the illness that caused his language abilities to deteriorate.
FTD affects the lobes of the brain behind the forehead, which deal with behaviour, problem-solving, planning and emotions – with symptoms including personality changes, obsessive behaviour and speaking difficulties.
After the statement in February, Scout led her famous sisters, Rumer, 34 and Tallulah, 29, in expressing their gratitude as she shared a selfie with the message: ‘Feeling emotionally tired and a bit overwhelmed, yet also very in awe of the love so man people have for my papa.’
Tallulah, 29, responded by writing: ‘Second this Scouter feeling the abundant love for our guy and our family.’
Eldest Rumer, 34, responded by saying: ‘I third this Scouter and Buusk feeling so deeply grateful and in awe of the love for our sweet Daddio.’
Family affair: Scout pictured with Emma Heming, Evelyn, eight, Tallulah, 29, Bruce, 68, Mabel, 10, Demi Moore, 60 and Rumer, 34 in March