Robin Williams' widow recalls comedian's tragic suicide

Robin Williams' widow Susan recalls her husband  

Robin Williams' widow recalls comedian's tragic suicide

Los Angeles: Robin Williams' widow Susan has opened up for the first time about the comedian's final days and how she has been healing from the loss.

In a preview clip from her interview with "Good Morning America", Susan can be seen breaking down in tears when Amy Robach asks her what her late husband experienced days before he committed suicide on August 11, 2014, reported Ace Showbiz.

"It's the best love I ever dreamed of," an emotional Susan said of her marriage to Robin.

She also described her reaction when she found her husband's body on the day he committed suicide.

"I just screamed, 'Robin what happened? What did you do?'" she recalled.

The preview clip also features footage of never-before-seen home videos of Susan and Robin dancing together at their wedding.

The full interview will air on "Good Morning America" on Tuesday, November 3.

Earlier this month, Susan and Robin's children from his previous marriage reached a settlement in their legal fight over the late actor's estate. The agreement was reached after Susan dropped her petition.
Though Susan dropped her petition, she's allowed to keep some of Robin's items she previously requested.

Meanwhile, Robin's three children, Zelda Williams, Cody and Zachary, "will receive the vast majority of the items they demanded," according to Susan's lawyers.


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