Demi Moore leaves yoga class with celebrity florist Eric Buterbaugh after ex Bruce Willis spotted driving around town amid his battle with dementia

Demi Moore started exchanging gifts early this holiday season.

The G.I. Jane star, 61, wore black leggings and a loose black top as she exited the yoga studio in Los Angeles.

Her trademark long black hair was parted in the middle and fell to nearly her hips as she gave gifts to celebrity florist Eric Buterbaugh in the parking lot of the

yoga studio.

The friends appeared to have taken the yoga class together as they smiled companionably while walking to their cars.

The Ghost actress carried a whimsical handbag with a face made out of brass accents on the front of it.

Over the weekend, Demi’s ex-husband, Bruce Willis, 68, was spotted in the passenger seat of a black Range Rover as it drove around LA.

The Moonlighting actor spent Thanksgiving with his blended family including wife Emma Heming, 45; their daughters Mabel, 11; and Evelyn, nine; as well as his daughter Scout, 32, whom he shares with Demi.

The former couple have two more daughters, Rumer, 35, and Tallulah, 29.

Earlier this week, Rumer, who is a new mom to daughter Louetta, shared a throwback photo of her dad holding her when she was a baby.

In her caption, she wrote, ‘Really missing my papa today.’

The Sixth Sense star is suffering from aphasia and frontotemporal dementia and his health has steeply declined over the past couple of years.

Glenn Gordon Caron, the creator of Moonlighting, said last month that his once-intoxicating ‘joie de vivre is gone.’

‘My sense is the first one to three minutes he knows who I am,’ he said in a heartbreaking interview with the New York Post. ‘He’s not totally verbal; he used to be a voracious reader — he didn’t want anyone to know that — and he’s not reading now.’

Caron, who also created the Patricia Arquette series Medium, added: ‘All those language skills are no longer available to him, and yet he’s still Bruce.

‘When you’re with him you know that he’s Bruce and you’re grateful that he’s there, but the joie de vivre is gone.’

Last year Bruce withdrew from showbiz amid his battle with the brain condition aphasia, which causes the patient’s language abilities to deteriorate.

This March, his family announced that his illness had ‘progressed’ and he had been diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia (FTD).

Since Bruce’s battle with aphasia began, Glenn has apparently tried to pay monthly visits to him, not always successfully.

‘I’m not always quite that good,’ the television writer confessed: ‘but I try and I do talk to him and his wife and I have a casual relationship with his three older children. I have tried very hard to stay in his life.’

Glenn shared: ‘The thing that makes [his disease] so mind-blowing is if you’ve ever spent time with Bruce Willis, there is no one who had any more joie de vivre than he.’