Zelda Williams confirmed Monday that she’d be taking Tuesday, Aug. 11 off of social media, as she does every year.
Zelda Williams is not here for the Trumps using her late father’s words for their own gain.
Zelda Williams announced Tuesday that she’d be paying tribute to her late father on his 69th birthday by donating $69.69 to homeless shelters.
Zelda Williams shared the happy news and photos from her brother Cody's wedding on July 21, which would have marked Robin's 68th birthday.
The 29-year-old daughter of late actor Robin Williams posted two brief clips on Thursday in which she let her tears roll down her face.
Zelda Williams is celebrating her father ahead of what would have been his 67th birthday. The actor passed away in 2014.
It’s been two years since the death of Robin Williams, and his daughter Zelda Williams is opening up about how she has been coping. During a recent appearance on Chelsea Handler’s talk show Chelsea, Williams, 27, revealed that she took it day by day following her father’s 2014 suicide. “I just kept going, ‘OK, well today I’m going to wake up and love what I do. And then tomorrow I’m going to wake up and be happy and love what I do. And then the next day,” she said. “Because that’s all you can do. ...
Ahead of the August 11th two-year anniversary of Robin Williams’ death, his daughter, Zelda Williams, has announced she will be taking a break from social media to remember him privately.
Zelda Williams opens up about the loss of her dad, a time she described as “alienating.” (Photo: Getty Images)
Amber Rose addresses the crowd at the 2015 L.A. Slut Walk Amber Rose is not a fan of slut shaming. In fact, she hates it so much that she’s organized her own empowering movement, the Amber Rose Slut Walk, held on Saturday in Los Angeles. The feminist event was hosted by the Amber Rose Foundation, the 31-year-old model’s non-profit organization that aims to fight back against sexual injustice, victim blaming, rape, sexual assault, derogatory labeling and gender inequality.