Tallulah Willis dissolves filler after six years, shows off ‘real bone structure’

Tallulah Willis shared that she has dissolved all of the filler in her face after six years.

The daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore admitted she was “scared” to go through with the changes because she had been “very emotionally and psychologically wrapped up” in what she believed the injectables “gave” her.

“I hadn’t seen my real bone structure in like 6 years,” she wrote alongside a series of makeup-free selfies on Instagram Friday.

The Willis founder said she had been she had been “very emotionally and psychologically wrapped up” in what fillers “gave” her.

She also admitted she hadn’t seen her “real bone structure” in six years.

“Still learning to dial back the futzing and the pokes and sit with myself as I am, which is hard when your brain tells you that yes! more is better!”

Tallulah, 30, also gave a shout-out to her hairstylist for making her “the strawberriest blonde.”

The Willis founder’s candid post came days after she revealed she was diagnosed with autism.

Her admission comes days after she told her Instagram followers she was recently diagnosed with autism. FilmMagic

The diagnosis changed her life. Jed Cullen/Dave Benett/Getty Images

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“Found out this summer and it’s changed my life,” Tallulah wrote in an Instagram comment, describing herself as “neurospicy” in a separate message.

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Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is “a broad range of conditions characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech and nonverbal communication,” according to Autism Speaks.

She found out about her autism over the summer. Tallulah Willis/Instagram

She’s also shared insights into her recovery from anorexia. Getty Images

The “Whole Ten Yards” actress also has been candid about her “messy” recovery from anorexia and has shared before-and-after images of her body since seeking treatment.

“I love her. And I love her, and I see how courageous she’s been,” she captioned an Instagram post. “steady on the course my bbs.”

She added the hashtags “edrecovery” and “iloveme” in her caption.

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