Demi Moore has lifted the lid on why she waited until September this year to release her tell-all book Inside Out.
The actress, 56, who did not spare any details in the shocking book, has now shared that she waited to release the memoir out of concern it was “inappropriate” and “too complicated” for her three daughters when they were younger.
The Ghost star, who is mother to daughters Rumer Willis, 31, Tallulah Willis, 25, and Scout Willis, 28, with ex husband Bruce Willis, explained: “There’s things in there…it’s not that I wanted to keep it from them or hide anything, it’s just stuff that you don’t necessarily, well, when they’re younger, want to bring forward,” she unveiled on the Present Company with Krista Smith podcast.
Demi continued: “It would be either too complicated or inappropriate, and then there’s some stuff that you just don’t think about. Then at the end of the book, there’s also some things that are reflective of a painful time in my life, but also of theirs.”
The Charlie’s Angels actress’ memoir was full of explosive bombshells including her claiming that her former husband Ashton Kutcher, who she split from in 2013, cheated on her and that the couple embarked on threesomes which she dubbed “a mistake.”
She also shined the spotlight on her headline-grabbing marriage to the father of her children Hollywood actor Bruce Willis .
In gripping chapters of her expose, the star described her romance with Bruce as a “whirlwind, truncated infatuation”.
They had nurtured a close bond as the pair had both endured difficult childhoods which is another aspect of her life Demi chose to reflect on in her book.
The actress penned how the couple fearlessly got married and started a family together in the first year of their romance.
She admitted the couple had taken the next step before they really knew each other.
Demi and Bruce were married for 13 years between 1987 and 2000.
Demi previously expressed penning the memoirs made her feel “very vulnerable” as she shared the intimate details about her life.
However, the American actress explained writing the book was something she wanted to do to “rediscover” herself.
“It’s exciting, and yet I feel very vulnerable,” she told The New York Times .
“I had to figure out why to do this, because my own success didn’t drive me. It’s more of an awakening than a comeback.”