A heartbreaking new report claims that Robin Williams and his third wife, Susan Schneider, had hoped to welcome a child together one day. So sad.
Robin Williams, 63, and his wife, Susan Schneider, 50, did not have a chance to expand their family before the actor’s untimely death. A new report claims that Susan was eager to have a child with her husband, despite how difficult that may be due to their age. However, that same report claims that Robin may have been hesitant for a fourth child — and for good reason.
So sad. Robin Williams was sober but battling both depression and the early stages of Parkinson’s Disease at the time of his death, his wife, Susan Scheider, revealed in an emotional new statement on Aug. 14.
This just keeps getting more heartbreaking. Robin Williams’ wife, Susan Schneider, revealed in a just-released statement that the acclaimed actor and comedian, who died of an apparent suicide by hanging on Aug. 11, was in the early stages of Parkinson’s Disease.
How devastating. Robin Williams, who was found dead on Aug. 11, allegedly committed suicide inside the home he shared with wife Susan Schneider. Now, she’s absolutely frightened to enter the house again. Susan wants nothing to do with it and she plans to sell it, HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned.
Our hearts break for Susan Schneider, following the death of her husband, Robin Williams. She’s so beyond distraught — she hasn’t even gone back into her house since Robin’s lifeless body was found in one of the rooms on August 11.
Robin said ‘I do’ for the third time this weekend!
Robin Williams and longtime girlfriend Susan Schneider tied the knot Oct. 23 at the Meadow Resort in California’s Napa Valley, People reports. Robin met his graphic designer bride back in 2009, shortly after undergoing heart surgery.