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Actress Demi Moore and husband Ashton Kutcher have just returned from a week building homes for the disadvantaged in Central America, following in the footsteps of Moore’s teenage daughter.

According to Britain’s Daily Mail newspaper, the 45-year-old star of Indecent Proposal spent a week in Guatemala’s slums digging foundations and shifting bricks.

“They were working… for a charity that helps indigenous organic farmers,’ said a source from the newspaper. "Demi’s daughter, Scout Willis, went out to do the project a while ago. Demi and Ashton were actually building houses with tin roofs and shlepping breeze blocks in the midday sun. Ashton’s father is a carpenter so he has experience."

16-year-old Scout Willis is actively involved in a number of charities, including Habitat For Humanity, the ONE Campaign, Save the Children, and her father's Bruce Willis Foundation.

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