Days after Bruce Willis and his ex-wife Demi Moore revealed they were quarantining together, his wife Emma Heming confirmed she was not staying with the pair.
'Love and miss you guys,' the 41-year-old model commented on Moore's post on Monday, which included the famous exes and their daughters Tallulah, 26, and Scout, 28, in matching green striped pajamas.
The current spouse of Willis has been publicly supportive his choice to self-isolate with Moore, as she remains with their two daughters together, Mabel, 8, and Evelyn, 5.
On Wednesday, Heming shared a closer look at her own life in quarantine with his youngest children.
'If you drive by our house the girls want to hear you honk for happiness,' she captioned a video on her Instagram Story of her daughters holding a hand-made banner.
'So the girls put up their sign 'honk for happiness' right in front of our house, and I'm in my office, and I can actually hear people honking,' she said, while looking touched by the sentiment.
'People aren't honking here, but I swear they have been,' she joked, as her sweet girls jumped around and looked excited in the silence.
After a long day outside spreading joy, she shared a video of Evelyn lying on top of her with the caption, 'I'm glad you're comfortable, Evs.'
For the past month, her husband has been bonding with his daughters from his first marriage.
The youngest of the Willis daughters explained in an Instagram comment, her family 'made the choice to quarantine together and have been together for 27 days taking every precaution.'
While Heming confirmed she is not present, Willis' daughter Rumer has also not been pictured in any of the group's photographs.
Willis, Moore and their adult children have been documenting their quarantine activities, which have included doing a 'family photo project' and posing in matching outfits.