Scout Willis is not just the daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore. She’s also a singer and model. Willis posted a new photo on Instagram that is both adorable and stunning. In it, she posed in a pale pink bikini. Her dog adorably sat on her chest. Willis captioned the post, “Pilar and I are on vacation.” How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Scout Willis stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don’t miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!
On her birthday, Willis opened up about her well-being in this Instagram post. She writes that she is working on being grateful for what has happened in her life. “I feel profound gratitude for the safe space within which to explore and express myself from the deepest levels available to me at this time!”
In her Instagram post, Willis wrote that she’s not just grateful for her past experiences. She is also looking forward to her future. “I am so excited knowing that there are so many more, levels so deep I can’t even fathom them yet,” she wrote.
Growing up in the public eye, Willis and her sisters were subjected to harsh bullying and body shaming. However, Willis revealed on Instagram that she is finding acceptance in her body. “I often feel too afraid to post content like this, photos of myself with no greater purpose or significance (to my mind) a story runs that it’s too ego-driven, too selfish, too something…or else it’s that I am not pretty enough, not good enough, not _____ enough,” she wrote. “But I want to interact more for the pure joy of sharing and also of enjoying and feeling myself! I saw photos of myself from 2013 yesterday and I was like wow, look at that soft, sweet baby with INSANE skin that I took for granted, and judged so harshly. I don’t want to look back in 15 years and feel like I didn’t enjoy my body or celebrate myself for fear of being judged and my internal judgment.”
Willis tells Uproxx that she is finding happiness in her life. She says that this attitude is helping her overcome challenges. “Just focus on having fun, seeking pleasure, enjoying yourself, from that place of joy everything else will fall into place! Just because something is challenging or painful doesn’t make it automatically more worthwhile!”
Willis loves to spend time outside. She posts several photos on Instagram of herself at the beach or on a trail. She posted this photo of herself by the beach. She also posted this photo of herself under a tent by the ocean.
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more