Zelda Williams thanks Fans for Support after Robin Williams’ Death

Robin Williams’ daughter, Zelda Williams posted a thank you tweet recently for all who supported her after the death of her father.

Zelda Williams thanks All for Support after Robin Williams Death


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Zelda Williams thanks Fans for Support after Robin Williams’ Death




The tragic death of Robin Williams has saddened all of us. And Robin’s death affected his family most. Robin’s daughter Zelda Williams has stopped using social media after her father’s death.

Zelda Williams is the only daughter of legendary actor Robin Williams. She quit using her Twitter and Instagram accounts last month due to some bad messages. Some people sent her rude and insulting messages after the death of her father.

So 25-year-old Zelda stopped posting on her social media accounts. But Zelda Williams returned to twitter yesterday to thank all those people who supported her in her time of sorrow. Their words comforted her a lot.

She specially thanked all those people who shared the stories of their personal losses with her. And she said that stories of courage to live happily even after losing their loves ones, really helped her to gain courage after her father’s death.

Then she also retweeted a photo of another twitter user who shared it with her. It was a happy photo of her father with Sesame Street’s two-headed monster. She added the words “Bearded sing-off” and a smiley face in her retweeted message alongside the photo. See her retweet below.

Source: CBS

 

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