Los Angeles, Nov 28 (IANS) Actress Demi Moore's three daughters want her to divorce her estranged husband Ashton Kutcher, who was caught cheating on her. They want their mother to finally end that chapter of her life.Her daughters − Rumer, Scout and Tallulah Willis, from her previous marriage to Bruce Willis − feel it is unhealthy for her to brood over her failed relationship with Kutcher, reports showbizspy.com."Demi just can't let go of Ashton despite him obviously moving on from her, and her daughters don't think it's healthy or helpful for her," said a source."They are begging her to get over Ashton and move on with her life! All three girls want her to divorce Ashton and stop talking about him, they think that she needs to focus on the future and quit worrying about what he is doing," the source added.Moore dated Kutcher, who is 16 years younger to her, before marrying him Sep 24, 2005. In November 2011, Moore announced her decision to end their marriage."Demi refuses to let it go, and her daughters are trying everything they can to get through to her that things are over with Ashton. They love their mom but they want her to stop talking about Ashton," said the source.
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