Demi Moore was joined by daughter, Rumer Willis, during a trip to Greece, where she became godmother to a precious baby girl.
Moore, 58, was one of three friends of business couple Andrea and Athanasia Steggou who became godmothers to daughter, Adriani Zoi, during the Agios Nikolaos Chapel ceremony on the island of Crete.
Christina Psillidou and Veronica Frantzeskou also became godmothers to the newborn, matching Moore in breezy, all-white clothing while wearing floral wreaths.
The official Facebook page of the town of Sitia, where the baptism took place, marked the special day with a social media post.
“The little one has three godmothers,” read the announcement. “She was christened by Christina Psillidou, wife of Dimitris Psillidis, who was an investment banker in London for years, and Veronica Francescu, wife of the owner of Nammos. The third godmother, who gave another dimension to the ceremony, is Demi Moore, the actress.
“Let us wish this event to be the starting point for similar events but also business ventures in our area. The Steggou family has invested and will invest again in our area. They act as an example that must be continued.”
Moore has been in Greece for at least a week, as she wished her followers a Happy Independence Day from Santorini.
The actress and daughters, Rumer, Scout, and Tallulah Willis also began their swimsuit campaign this week, modeling bathing suits by Andie Swim.
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