Tallulah Willis has seen her "real bone structure" for the first time in six years after getting her facial fillers dissolved.

Tallulah Willis has dissolved her facial fillers

Tallulah Willis has dissolved her facial fillers

The 30-year-old Tallulah Willis - daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis - has revealed she's been tweaking her appearance over the last few years with the non-surgical treatments, but she's now decided to embrace her natural looks.

She shared her news in a post on Instagram, writing: "I was scared to mention but I recently got my filler dissolved - after being very emotionally and psychologically wrapped up in what I thought it gave me - I hadn’t seen my real bone structure in like 6 years."

Tallulah went on to insist she's still trying to "dial back" but is trying to learn to love herself just as she is. She added: "Still learning to dial back the futzing and the pokes and sit with myself as I am, which is hard when your brain tells you that yes! more is better!"

The revelation comes just days after Tallulah went public with her autism diagnosis.

She revealed she was diagnosed with the condition last year and admitted finding out about her neurodiversity has "changed [her] life".

In a candid Instagram post, Tallulah shared a throwback video on Instagram from when she was a child, in which her 'Die Hard' actor dad had her in his arms while being interviewed.

While Bruce - who has now retired because he is battling FTD, a form of dementia - was speaking, his daughter rubbed his head and played with his ear. She captioned her post: “Tell me you're autistic without telling me you're autistic [cry laughing emoji] (sic)"

In the comments, a follower praised her for her candidness and asked if she was diagnosed as a child. Tallulah replied: “Actually this is the first time I’ve ever publicly shared my diagnosis. Found out this summer and it’s changed my life. (sic)"