Demi Moore's daughters Rumer, Scout and Tallulah are allegedly still 'apprehensive' about repairing their relationship with the actress
Demi Moore's relationship with her daughters is allegedly still fragile.
The 50-year-old actress - who recently reconciled with Rumer, 24, Scout, 21, and Tallulah, 18, after they reportedly froze her out because they were fed up of her constant partying - is working hard to repair their bond but Rumer is still ''apprehensive'' despite being spotted partying with her mother at Bootsy Bellows in Los Angeles on Thursday night (09.05.13).
A source close to the budding actress told gossip website RadarOnline.com: ''Demi and Rumer have been working on repairing their relationship.
''But the problem is that Demi wants to go out and party with her again and that is where all the problems started before. They're apprehensive.''
It was previously claimed Rumer and her sisters - whose father is Bruce Willis - were upset with their mother's partying and wished she would maintain a lower profile following her split from Ashton Kutcher and subsequent rehab stint.
The girls are said to be still worried about Demi, who has recently been linked to 30-year-old commercial pearl diver Will Hanigan.
The source said: ''Demi's girls are really apprehensive about letting their mother back into their lives. They want her to be totally over Ashton and healthy.''
Rumer and Demi were first spotted together for the first time in months last weekend leaving a yoga class, sparking rumours they have buried the hatchet.
An insider previously said: ''Rumer is really the one making the decision to do this as the oldest. Around the time Bruce's wife Emma (Heming) had the baby (Mabel Ray), it was this scary sense of, 'Demi went off her rocker again'.
''Bruce is now very much out of the spotlight and the kids were very happy about that. They started feeling that Demi needs to stay home and be more of a mother. She checked into rehab and they'd always been pushing for her to do that. (But) she came out partying and dancing on tables again.
''The kids are old enough to band together, Rumer being the ringleader. The family is very much divided.''