Rumer Willis revealed how her daughter’s name was inspired by Bruce Willis: Rumer Willis revealed the origin of her unusual name, Louetta Isley, yesterday. Rumer and her musician boyfriend, Derek Thomas, welcomed a baby back in April. For those who enjoy jazz, it could sound melodic, but Rumer explained that the unusual name was a combination of everything she and her father, Bruce, enjoy.
Rumer Willis revealed how her daughter’s name was inspired by Bruce Willis
On her Instagram Stories yesterday, Rumer stated, “Her name is a mix of things I love.” Rumer responded to a fan’s question on how she came up with her daughter’s name by sharing a picture of herself and the child on social media. “I have always loved the name Lou so was thinking of that for both a boy or a girl, but then when we found out she was a girl we came up with Louetta.”
She said, “We wanted to give her options.” “Me and my dads [sic] favorite singers are Lou= Louie Armstrong, Etta= Etta James, Isley= Isley Brother.”
Rumer was asked a second time how many children she wanted.
“Eight or nine.” As many who desire to enter and claim me as their mother,” she stated.
Before, Rumer said that her daughter’s name was an error in spelling. She said in August that she had first chosen the name Loretta.
“We were considering calling her Loretta, but we made a typo. She told People, “Her dad left the ‘R’ out of Loretta, and it was just Louetta, and we were texting.” “I thought, ‘Oh, that’s great!'” It seemed like a moment of supernatural intervention in the cosmos, and we discovered the truth rather early in my pregnancy.”
She went on to say that she initially felt a lot of pressure to do it perfect and wasn’t quite sure.
“I love this name, but is it really going to be her name? That’s what scared me. Is the name correct? “What if she doesn’t look like this when she comes out?” She recalled. “I was concerned that the name wouldn’t work because I fell in love with it so quickly. However, when she came out, I mean, I was going to call her Lou, boy or girl, at least for the time being.”