Robin Williams' last message of hope to terminally ill woman
ow Robin fan dying granted one wish: Actor recorded video to support a terminal cancer victim who said he wanted to meet with him as part of their wish list
Late actor shot the video for Vivian Waller of Auckland, New Zealand
The 21-year-old was diagnosed with lung cancer, colon and liver cancer in January
Meeting Williams was in his 'wish list' of things to do before you die
He said, 'Hey girl, what's happening in New Zealand? before blowing a kiss
Before Robin Williams took his life last week, Oscar-winning actor, recorded a video message of hope, support and "love" to a woman in a hospice with a terminal illness.
When 21 year old Vivian Waller was diagnosed in January with lung, colon and liver cancer, which included a meeting with Williams on a 'wish list' of things she hoped to accomplish before you die.
Her condition deteriorated and she was too ill to travel from his native Auckland, New Zealand, America, so one of her friends contacted the 63-year-old comedian and agreed to record a short video clip length to be sent by email to the family a few months ago.
Williams (pictured blowing a kiss Vivian) broke shortly after song, explaining that he is' channeling Matthew McConaughey '[handsome actor] before signing with -' much love for you, baby. "
Vivian's husband, Jack, whom she married in February, said she was thrilled to not believe in the message of Williams.
It has, however, yet to discuss the suicide of the actor with her, because it is very sensitive to the topic.
"We are just enjoying the time we have together," he says. "We take things one day at a time."
Jack stuff.co.nz said he decided to open Williams on the message because "we love, we want to show people what a wonderful person he was."
The couple married in February after raising funds throughout New Zealand donated enough money in just 10 days to pay for your wedding.
His daughter Sophie celebrated her first birthday a couple of months later.
Williams, 63, was found dead in his mansion in San Francisco on Monday. Authorities said his death was a suicide.
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