In a new interview with Porter Magazine, actress Michelle Williams discussed the challenge of raising a child alone in her mid-thirties.
Michelle Williams has an 11-year-old daughter with actor Heath Ledger, who died in 2008. As part of the Net-a-Porter quarterly's Winter Escape 2016 issue, the actress opened up about raising her 11-year-old daughter, Matilda Rose, whom she shared with actor Heath Ledger, who died in January 2008 from an accidental prescription drug overwise."In all honesty, for pretty much everything else, I feel like I’m a believer in not fighting circumstances, accepting where you are and where you’ve been," Williams said. I would be able to go totally down that line of thinking were it not for Matilda not having her dad. I mean, it just won’t ever be right.", she doesn't feel pressure to marry in the near future: "I just want to stay home and take care of people, but I’m also happy with myself and just because I might have a desire to be with someone …
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] An insider revealed: alum dated the late Heath Ledger, funnyman Jason Segel, and artist Dustin Yellen.
The couple broke up in September 2007, just months before Ledger's tragic death in January 2008.
I’ve told my agent not to bother sending me any scripts or offers for a while.”Now that it’s been eight years since his death, Williams says she and her 11-year-old daughter have come a long way.On the other hand, Foer has two children with ex-wife and fellow writer Nicole Krauss. co-star Casey Affleck have sparked romance rumors after holding hands on the red carpet at Monday's premiere for their new film.When Heath Ledger suddenly passed away in 2008, he left his former longtime partner Michelle Williams to care for their then-two-year-old daughter, Matilda.Now Williams is opening up about what it’s like raising their daughter as a single parent.“Talk about a learning process,” she said in the latest issue of Porter magazine.