The legendary Hollywood actor Robin Williams would have turned 64 today.
On the eve of his birth date, his 25-year old daughter Zelda announced that she would be taking a break from all social media.
Kinda hoping I fly thru that very cloud on the way home on another note, I will be taking a break from social media in the coming weeks. It's a time better served away from the opinions or sentiments of others, and I appreciate your understanding. In my absence, I understand there will be those who wish to leave messages regarding Dad on my board, but please attempt to be respectful and kind to one another in the process, both because I will not be here to delete or mediate trolling, and because kindness is in short supply these days anyhow Thanks guys. Buh-bye now!
She posted a photo on her Instagram account to inform her followers: "In my absence, I understand there will be those who wish to leave messages regarding Dad on my board," she continued.
"But please attempt to be respectful and kind to one another in the process, both because I will not be here to delete or mediate trolling, and because kindness is in short supply these days anyhow."
Most of the comments left on the photograph are birthday wishes for Robin along with many messages of support for Zelda herself.
This isn’t the first time Zelda has taken a break from social media following her father’s death. In February of this year she spoke for the first time with Today about life after her father’s death.
She said: "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," she said.
"Anybody who has ever lost anyone works very hard to continue that memory in a positive way."
It is not quite a year since news of Robin William’s death came to light and many still find it hard to believe the man who played the hilarious Mrs. Doubtfire is no longer with us.
Robin’s final film Boulevard is sure to be a tear jerker but the trailer is also incredibly beautiful and uplifting.
We put together a couple of the many times Robin Williams was able to put a smile on our faces.
This dance scene
"All you have to do is think one happy thought…"
Every time the Genie gave some sass
"Oh Captain, my captain."