Robin Williams' Daughter Has A Reason To Smile Amid COVID-19 After She Found Unseen Pictures Of Him Years After His Death

Robin Williams' Daughter Has A Reason To Smile Amid COVID-19 After She Found Unseen Pictures Of Him Years After His Death

Zelda often spoke about the massive impact of her father's death. The new pictures she found takes her back to the wonderful days she shared with her dad.

Fathers and daughters share a unique bond that extends beyond death. Though they might not be around physically, the memories you made with them will put a smile on your face no matter what. Robin Williams' daughter, Zelda who misses her dad dearly was fortunate to discover some "old gems" while she stayed in isolation amidst the coronavirus pandemic.


According to Hello, the 30-year-old actress was shocked to unearth something that reminded her of her humorous father during a cleaning session. She found some old polaroids of her along with Williams. The actress took to Twitter to share the news with her fans. She wrote, "Isolation spring deep cleaning is turning up some fun old gems." The image showed a fun father-daughter duo posing and making faces at the camera.

The moment was not only special to Zelda but also to Williams' fans.  Many commented on the post and poured out their thoughts about Williams as a father. "Man I bet he was the most fun dad ever. We all miss him like he was ours," wrote one. Another wrote, "I am so glad you stumbled upon this. Thank you for sharing Zelda!" Another fan referred to Williams as a "national treasure".


Williams lives in the hearts of many fans and surely in the heart of his daughter. His death on 11 August 2014 had a massive impact on her. In an interview with Today, she opened up about the painful days after his death. "I didn't see daylight for a while. For a while, no one would let me do anything," recalled the actress. She continued, "I think there’s that reaction of like, 'Oh, s—, are you OK?' And then even if you are OK, they’re like, ‘Well, what’s wrong?' And so for a while, I was just kind of left to my own devices," according to Today. 


She even admitted that she needed more time to overcome grief. "It’s going to take a lot of work to allow myself to have the sort of fun, happy life that I had, but that's important. Anybody who has ever lost anyone works very hard to continue that memory in a positive way," according to Today. She even admitted that his birthday and death anniversaries were difficult days to deal with. "It’s that time of year again. 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. These weeks are the hardest for me, and thus, you’ll see me a lot less, if at all," she wrote on Instagram, according to People

For Zelda who holds her dad close to her heart, these new pictures are a source of strength.