LIFE IMITATES ART! Liam Neeson Gets Friendly with Swedish Model: Actual Love or 'Love, Actually?'

Mon, April 12, 2010 4:29pm EST by 2 Comments

We couldn’t help but notice the similarity between that cute scene in ‘Love Actually’ where widower Liam Neeson and supermodel Claudia Schiffer end up together … and a recent shot of Liam and another European supermodel.

We’re not saying there’s anything afoot, but remember how Liam’s character in Love, Actually finally found his smile (and righted his emotional ship) after the death of his wife earlier in the film? Well, at a New York Rangers game in NYC Friday night, April 9, Liam, who took his sons Michael, 15, and Daniel, 14, to the rink, looked happy, relaxed, and downright impish next to Swedish supermodel Jennifer Ohlsson.

Liam’s wife, actress Natasha Richardson, died on March, 18, 2009 of injuries suffered in a skiing accident.

Could Liam finally be over his horrific and sudden loss — and ready to move on? Surely the time has, actually, come.

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Posted at 6:18 PM on April 16, 2010  

Liam Neeson still loves and misses his wife very much, and is not nor ever will he move on. Miss Ohlson is just a friend to him like Laura Linney, Uma Thurman, Sarah Jessica Parker, or Melanie Griffith. I think it’s this sort of underhanded heavy hinting that disgusts me about the media.
One has only to have seen him on his only interview, or at Corin Redgrave’s funeral to see he is still hurting.
No one should ever suggest, hint, or think someone should be over or move on from their loved one.

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Posted at 4:16 PM on April 13, 2010  

I think that’s so callous of you to say “could he be over Natasha’s death”I don’t think one ever gets over something like that.How could he be ready to move on. I don’t think one’s spouse can die and then you just move on- it’s a process. It is nice to see him out and about and she is a beautiful looking woman.I wish him well.

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