Fans in tears: Deceased star's daughter gets touching surprise on Instagram

most who use Instagram, has probably driven some time with the social media ansigtsfiltre. One of the newest filters, Instagram has taken on, is a kind of pic

Fans in tears: Deceased star's daughter gets touching surprise on Instagram

most who use Instagram, has probably driven some time with the social media ansigtsfiltre. One of the newest filters, Instagram has taken on, is a kind of pic

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
04 January 2020 Saturday 14:00
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Fans in tears: Deceased star's daughter gets touching surprise on Instagram

most who use Instagram, has probably driven some time with the social media ansigtsfiltre.

One of the newest filters, Instagram has taken on, is a kind of picture quiz, which 'determines' what Disney character you are.

One of the many who have amused themselves with letting the Instagram chain together with a Disney figure, is the 30-year-old actor and director Zelda Williams.

Zelda Williams on the red carpet. Kendisdatteren got the other day a bit of a surprise on Instagram. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix

She is the daughter of the world renowned actor and comedian Robin Williams, who died suddenly 11. august 2014, when her daughter was 25 years old.

Komikerdatteren has in the past in a great interview told about how she handled the great sorrow, after the danger was found dead.

See also: Komikerdatter: How to handle I father's death

- I was saying to myself: 'I'm standing up and doing what I love', and 'in the morning I will wake up happy and love what I'm doing. Because it is everything, what one can do, told Zelda Williams.

the Other day tried out the 30-year-old kendisdatter the popular Disney filter on Instagram, and as a result she has shared on Twitter.


In that little clip it is quite clear that she had not foreseen to 'become' the character Genie - the blue spirit from the Disney film 'Aladdin'.

Robin Williams with his daughter Zelda at the premiere of 'Happy Feet 2' in 2011. Photo: AP

In the first 'Aladdin'cartoon, which appeared in 1992, it was Robin Williams, who provided the voice for Genie in the English-language version.

The surprise shares many of the Zeldas, and his father's fans, to judge by the many views, comments and likes, that little clip has got on Twitter.

That's awesome. Divine intervention for that for sure.

— Crazy James (@CrazyJamesAB) December 30, 2019

Updated: 04.01.2020 14:00
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