Good thing they saved all of that money on the wedding!
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In a recent interview, the lovely Mila Kunis remembered her first and one of the most inspirational meetings with the late Robin. The actor was on the set of That '70s Show and while there he was kind enough to give Mila a valuable piece of advice.
Robin Williams has been laid to rest.
The actor's suicide was simply heartbreaking for many, but now he is surely at peace.
Robin's body was cremated on August 12th, the day after his unexpected passing.
The official death certificate has confirmed this along with that his ashes were scattered in the San Francisco Bay.
However, the document still doesn't reveal the cause of death as it states "pending investigation" instead. While he did hang himself, the coroner is still waiting on toxicology results to confirm if he had any substances in his system, which will take a few weeks.
We're just glad he's at rest now.
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While most of Hollywood has had a week to mourn the loss Robin Williams, one of his late night TV friends wasn't so lucky.
David Letterman was not taping new episodes of his show last week when the news broke about Robin's suicide. So, it wasn't until last night's episode of The Late Show that David was finally able to publicly grieve and remember his friend.
The 67-year-old talk show host sat at his desk and just spoke about his first memories of Robin being a star from the start, and how Robin even got David a small role on Mork & Mindy before he was really famous.
The latter part of the clip featured a montage of highlights from the almost 50 times that David had interviewed Robin, and the two are laughing uncontrollably in every one.
David remembered his friend, saying:
We'll never know for sure why Robin Williams killed himself.
People want to find a reason to explain this tragic loss, but we can never get inside someone else's head.
But fellow comedian and longtime friend Rob Schneider thinks he knows exactly where to lay the blame- on drugs.
No, he doesn't think Robin fell off the wagon. Rob believes prescription drugs to treat Parkinson's were the cause of Robin's sudden depression. He tweeted:
The bad news just keeps on coming.
Robin Williams' suicide came as a surprise to all.
And what is making it all the much worse is hearing that his suicide might have been a rash and unplanned decision.
We're hearing a friend of Robin spoke to him the day before he was found dead. The two apparently had a lengthy discussion about many business matters, including several deals that were in the works.
Robin is said to have been "completely engaged in the conversation."
In fact, he was apparently asking many questions and behaving in a manner inconsistent with someone planning their suicide.
The confidante adds:
Even though Robin Williams was battling with his own inner issues, the star set all of his problems aside to fulfill the wishes of others.
Months before the comedian passed away, he recorded a short and sweet video for Vivian Waller.
The 21-year-old was diagnosed with lung, bowel, and liver cancer earlier this year and made a bucket list with five things on it, one of which was meet the Aladdin actor before she became too sick to do so.
Robin Williams’ family is getting ready to lay their loved one to rest, as people started arriving in Tiburon, CA in the middle of last week.
The private memorial is being planned by Robin’s widow Susan Schneider and will be in the Bay Area.
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