AceShowbiz - %cBruce Willis%'s three daughters Rumer, Scout and Tallulah are very close, and they show their sisterly bond in the raunchiest way possible. The three beauties took to Instagram to share a photo of them posing fully naked while soaking in a bathtub together.
%cTallulah Willis%, 23, could be seen in the pic she captioned with three angel emojis wearing a white band on her head while eating a chocolate lollipop on a stick. Meanwhile, her equally-tattooed older sisters %cScout Willis%, 26, and %cRumer Willis%, 29, struck similar pose, hugging their knees to keep their private parts from being fully exposed.
The snap has attracted more than 12,000 likes on the photo-sharing site, with many taking to the comment section to shower the Willis sisters with praises. Fans posted similar gushing comments like "Love this !" "Such babes" and "Adorable." One user wrote that it's "really sweet you all can be together like that."
The girls are no strangers to stripping off on social media, with Scout recently sharing a topless photo on her Instagram account. The artist, who is a poster girl for the Free The Nipple movement, posed in nothing but white underwear in the snap. She covered her chest with her hands while sunbathing with Tallulah.
While Scout wore nothing but panties in the photo, her sister was clad a slinky white swimsuit as she playfully pouted for the camera. The girls also took another photo while sunbathing, with Scout laying down while looking straight at the camera and flashing a smile and Tallulah posing with a drink in her hand.
Scout was named the poster girl for the Free the Nipple campaign after pictures of her walking around New York City topless made the rounds online back in 2014. She said in an interview, "A group here in New York called Topless Pulp gathers in parks to read topless regularly, and the Free the Nipple campaign has been protesting for the same rights for the last four years."
She said that "if my coming from a high-profile family could help spread their message, so be it." She continued, "What I am arguing for is a woman's right to choose how she represents her body and -- to make that choice based on personal desire and not a fear of how people will react to her or how society will judge her. No woman should be made to feel ashamed of her body."