Willis-Moore Divorce Finalized

ByABC News

October 26, 2000 -- The divorce of former die-hard Hollywood spouses Bruce Willis and Demi Moore is official.

The pair filed for divorce Oct. 18 in Hailey, Idaho, where they own a $6 million estate. Moore currently lives in the quiet town, where the couple's three young daughters — Rumer Glenn, Scout Larue, and Tallulah Belle — attend school.

Though the couple separated in June 1998, it took them a while to sort out their $20 million property portfolio and discuss their children's future, the Nov. 6 issue of People reports.

Willis and Moore's 13-year marriage was dissolved due to irreconcilable differences, the TV show Access Hollywood reported Wednesday.

Willis, 45, and Moore, 37, wed on Nov. 21, 1987, after knowing each other for just a few months.

Willis' publicist declined to comment. A spokeswoman for Moore could not immediately be reached.

No word was available on the custody of their three daughters, who range in age from 6 to 12.

Moore, who has said she is glad to be away from Hollywood, and the children will apparently continue to live on the Idaho property. Moore is reportedly dating a martial arts instructor by the name of Oliver Whitcomb, and a friend tells People she "looks happier and better than ever."

Willis, who recently broke up with companion Maria Bravo, was seen getting cozy with Lara Flynn Boyle at the Emmys in September, after she reportedly left Jack Nicholson. He is apparently now a single man.

Reuters contributed to this story.

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