Like most of us, Zelda Williams spends a lot of time at home, while people socially distance themselves from the spread of the coronavirus. With so much free time on his hands, Williams took charge of cleaning the house, revealing some rather moving memories of his legendary father, the late Robin Williams. The spring isolation of the deep cleansing, a few happy old gems appear, Zelda writes on Twitter and shares with her followers a bunch of photos taken many years ago in the photo booth with her and Robin. You can view the following picture.
Spring plaster insulation: funny old treasures appear: pic.twitter.com/SyV700aD84
– Zelda Williams (@zeldawilliams) 18. March 2020.
In comic book photography Robin Williams appears exactly as most of us remember him, and is characterized by a very vivid facial expression. Zelda is definitely also the chip on the old block, which in each of the four pictures has as much fun as her father. A bittersweet look at Lent, for it is wonderful to see this moving moment of Zelda and Robin together in happier times, but it also serves as a painful reminder that the only artist of his kind is no longer with us. The pain of her loss is always felt by her fans, but as much as we love Robin, Zelda probably misses him the most.
As one of the most entertaining and popular actors and comedians of all time, Robin is known for his leading roles in many blockbuster movies such as Hook, Mrs. Hook. Hook and The Hook. Doutfire, Aladdin and Jumanji. In 2014, fans around the world were shocked and saddened to hear that Robin Williams committed suicide at the age of 63. Given the nature of his death, Robin clearly suffered more than any of his admirers could ever have imagined, but he always made it clear how much he would like to raise his children. My children are giving me a great miracle. Just to see their development with these special people, Robin once said about her three children.
The 30-year-old Zelda, born in 1989, was named after Nintendo’s popular The Legend of Zelda series because her father was a big fan of the games. In 2011, they appeared together in a TV commercial for The Legend of Zelda on Nintendo 3DS: Time Carina 3D. Since then she has followed in her father’s footsteps as an actress and comedian, although Zelda also writes and directs a short film behind the camera, Shrimp, who follows the life of the Los Angeles dominatrix. She also regularly gives a voice in the animated series The Ninja Mutant Turtle Rise.
There will never be anyone like Robin Williams, and the memory of your favorite artist is still alive. We will always have his classic films and plays to help us remember him and preserve his legacy forever, even though we will always miss him terribly. The tweet above came from Zelda Williams on Twitter.
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