Demi Moore joyfully jumps into the air during ‘photoshoot’ in front of L’Arc de Triomphe

Demi Moore recently took Paris by storm with her daughter Scout and close pals Tommy Dorfman and Eric Buterbaugh by her side.

And early in the month, the 58-year-old actress and her vacation crew indulged in a ‘photoshoot’ while visiting Christo’s ‘L’Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped’ on its final day in the City Of Love.

In one fun Instagram snapshot, Moore jumped into the air in front of the historic French monument, which was magnificently transformed for a total of 16 days from September 18 to October 3.

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Thriving: Demi Moore joyfully jumped into the air for a snapshot in front of Christo’s ‘L’Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped’ on its final day in Paris

Demi, who also made sure to snap a couple of selfies, looked chic in a grey wool coat, a white dress shirt, and jeans during her day out.

She wore her raven hair down and hid her eyes behind a pair of silver framed aviator shades.

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‘Photoshoot in front of Christo’s “L’Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped” on its last day!! When you’re witnessing art history, you make the most of it,’ captioned the Ghost star, who boasts 2.6million followers. 

Scout, Tommy, and Eric were clearly inspired by Demi as they took turns jumping in front of ‘L’Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped’ for snaps of their own.

Crew: She recently took Paris by storm with her daughter Scout and close pals Tommy Dorfman and Eric Buterbaugh by her side

Stylish tourist: Demi, who also made sure to snap a couple of selfies, looked chic in a grey wool coat, a white dress shirt, and jeans during her day out

After getting in their solo shots, Demi and her tight knit crew gathered together for a group shot.

Moore’s youngest daughter Scout, who she shares with ex husband Bruce Willis, flashed her toned midriff in a fuzzy brown sweater and a matching maxi skirt.

She also shares daughters Rumer, 33, and Tallulah, 27, with the 66-year-old Die Hard actor. 

Like mother, like daughter: Moore’s youngest daughter Scout, who she shares with ex husband Bruce Willis, flashed her toned midriff in a fuzzy brown sweater and a matching maxi skirt

Follow the leader: Scout, Tommy, and Eric were clearly inspired by Demi as they took turns jumping in front of ‘L’Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped’ for snaps of their own

Dorfman cut an edgy figure in an all-black ensemble complete with a fitted black dress and a pair of leather combat boots.

Meanwhile, Eric modeled a bright white coat, a black sweater, and rolled up blue jeans.

‘The Arc de Triomphe was wrapped in 25,000 square meters of recyclable polypropylene fabric in silvery blue, and with 3,000 meters of red rope,’ for its 16 day run, according to the installation’s official website.

Fashion Week: Demi ventured to France earlier in the month to attend Paris Fashion Week, but she made the most of her trip by seeing everything the city has to offer; seen with Scout on October 5

Directly inspired by the works of artist Christo, as well as his fascination with the French monument, L’Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped concretized his vision.

Demi ventured to France last week to attend Paris Fashion Week, but she made the most of her trip by seeing everything the city has to offer.

Taking to Instagram on Wednesday, the ex wife of Bruce Willis posed in front of a giant stone penis statue while visiting an art museum with Scout.

Cheeky: Taking to Instagram on Wednesday, the ex wife of Bruce Willis posed in front of a giant stone penis statue while visiting an art museum in Paris

Moore, who stands around 5foot5, offered up a dramatic pose while captioning the shot with a cheeky caption that said: ‘Admiring the art, part 2.’ 

Demi stunned wearing a red Fendi dress with a swirl of blue and yellow mixed into the marble pattern.

The snap was a saucy follow-up to an earlier post where she stood in front of a Monet with her 30-year-old daughter during another art exhibit visit in Paris.

Enjoying the view: The snap was a saucy follow-up to an earlier post where she stood in front of a Monet with her 30-year-old daughter during another art exhibit visit in Paris