Robin Williams' daughter, Zelda, found touching photos of her dad while at home during the coronavirus pandemic
- Actor and comedian Robin Williams, who starred in such acclaimed films as, "Good Will Hunting," and "Dead Poets Society," died by suicide in 2014.
- On Wednesday, Williams' daughter, Zelda, shared a set of touching photos she found of her and her late father while cleaning her room amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Robin Williams' daughter, Zelda, unearthed a treasure while at home cleaning amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The 30-year-old found a set of old photos of her and her late father. Williams died by suicidein 2014.
"Isolation spring deep cleaning is turning up some fun old gems," Zelda wrote of the set of four photos she shared on Twitter.
The shots were taken in 2006 when the pair visited MTV's "Total Request Live" show.
Zelda has said that she's a private person, but she has also publicly grieved for her father, who starred in such film classics as "Dead Poets Society" and "Mrs. Doubtfire."
Zelda Williams shared a poignant tribute after her father died
"Dad was, is and always will be one of the kindest, most generous, gentlest souls I've ever known, and while there are few things I know for certain right now, one of them is that not just my world, but the entire world is forever a little darker, less colorful and less full of laughter in his absence," Zelda Williams wrote in a statement after her father died in 2014. "We'll just have to work twice as hard to fill it back up again."
Fans appreciated Zelda Williams' touching Twitter post
As of Thursday afternoon, the post had been retweeted more than 31,000 times and got more than 344,000 likes.
Williams' daughter has opened up about the loss of her father during difficult moments.
As the four year anniversary of her father's passing approached, Williams shared on Instagram about the pain of losing her dad. The post has since been deleted.
"It's that time of year again," Williams wrote in 2018. "Everyone who has dealt with loss knows the pain of certain anniversaries, moments full of memory that come round like clockwork and usurp all others, no matter how hard you may try to prepare for or avoid them."
"Thank you for loving him," Williams wrote. "Thank you for supporting him and his life's work. Thank you for missing him. I do too."
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