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The 17-year-old daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore will have her official coming out party at a posh Paris ball

October 28, 2008 07:00 AM

Her parents are Hollywood royalty. So why shouldn’t Scout Willis wear a tiara?

The 17-year-old – daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore and stepdaughter of Ashton Kutcher – is preparing for her official “coming out” in society at a crown-and-gown debutante ball in Paris.

According to oranizer Orphélie Renouard, Willis will be among 24 international debutants appearing at this year’s Bal des debutants on Nov. 29.

Billie Lourd (daughter of Star Wars‘s Carrie Fisher) will also make her debut at the charity event, which includes dinner and a formal cotillion dance. (This year’s crop also includes two Yugoslavian princesses.)

There is no word yet on the young ladies’ chosen escorts. Parents of debutants generally attend the evening, so Bruce Willis or Moore – or both! – are expected as chaperones.

Neither as old nor established as similar events in London, New York and New Orleans, the Hotel Crillon’s Paris Bal possesses one uniquely glamorous French touch: All attendees wear dresses and jewels by haute couture designers.

Recent debutants include Presidential nieces Lauren and Ashley Bush and Lily Collins, daughter of singer Phil Collins.

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