Tallulah Willis sports a yellow swimsuit with her fiance… after revealing body dysmorphic disorder

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Tallulah Willis strikes a pose in a yellow swimsuit during Memorial Day BBQ with her fiance… after revealing body dysmorphic disorder

She’s newly-engaged and in full celebration mode.

And Tallulah Willis was ready to relax over the long holiday weekend as she sprawled out in a yellow swimsuit for Memorial Day festivities.

The 27-year-old designer flashed her stunning engagement ring as she cuddled up to fiance Dillon Buss after revealing her struggle with body dysmorphic disorder. 

Mellow yellow: Tallulah Willis was ready to relax over the long holiday weekend as she sprawled out in a swimsuit for Memorial Day festivities

Mellow yellow: Tallulah Willis was ready to relax over the long holiday weekend as she sprawled out in a swimsuit for Memorial Day festivities

Demi and Bruce’s youngest daughter looked completely at ease as she lounged poolside wearing a high-cut one-piece.

She slipped on a pair of sunglasses and sipped on a Capri-Sun while relaxing on a plastic inflatable pool float with her pet pooch.

Willis found all of her right angles in the arms of her fiance as they basked in the sun near a massive orange statue.

Relaxed: The 27-year-old designer flashed her stunning engagement ring as she cuddled up to fiance Dillon Buss

Relaxed: The 27-year-old designer flashed her stunning engagement ring as she cuddled up to fiance Dillon Buss

Good times: Tallulah made sure to test her skills on the slip-n-slide as she ran across the grass and slid into a pool of water

Good times: Tallulah made sure to test her skills on the slip-n-slide as she ran across the grass and slid into a pool of water

Tallulah made sure to test her skills on the slip-n-slide as she ran across the grass and slid into a pool of water. 

Dillon proposed on May 4 with an emerald-cut yellow gold diamond engagement ring designed by Karina Noel, and she accepted ‘with absolute most certainty.’ 

Buss is a commercial director and photographer from Cape Cod, who graduated from MassArt in 2012.  

Earlier this month, Tallulah detailed her body dysmorphic disorder and admitted she ‘resented’ resembling her famous father Bruce Willis more than her famous mother Demi Moore. 

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Love: Dillon proposed on May 4 with an emerald-cut yellow gold diamond engagement ring designed by Karina Noel, and she accepted 'with absolute most certainty'

Love: Dillon proposed on May 4 with an emerald-cut yellow gold diamond engagement ring designed by Karina Noel, and she accepted ‘with absolute most certainty’

Jack of all trades: Buss is a commercial director and photographer from Cape Cod, who graduated from MassArt in 2012

Jack of all trades: Buss is a commercial director and photographer from Cape Cod, who graduated from MassArt in 2012

‘I punished myself for not looking like my mom, after being told I was BW twin since birth,’ Willis wrote on May 15.

‘I resented the resemblance as I believed wholly my ‘masculine’ face was the sole reason for my unlovability – FALSE! I was/am inherently valuable and worthy, at any life stage, at any size, with any hairdo! (As are you).’

Tallulah went on to give advice on how to not trigger BDD, like being mindful of ‘potential triggering imagery’ on social media and putting towels on mirrors as she noted: ‘I scroll 9GAG to disassociate instead. Memes are there to help!’ 

‘Reading fantasy fiction books: Court of a Thorns and Roses series is my most recent fave…Find a safe person, circle, community who you can vocalize the triggering moment/current obsession/spiral. Go for a walk and listen to music. Take a bath and smear body oil/ lotion all over your tender skin…

‘Write. Word vomit EVERYTHING that is gurgling within your mind onto a piece of paper and then tear it up or burn it.

‘Let it flow out of you and no longer take up the precious space in your mind. Breathe. Close your eyes. REMEMBER that you are allowed to take things 5 minutes at a time for as long as you need to.’

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