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Robin Williams’ daughter, Zelda Williams,  appeared on the Today Show as she opened up about life after the death of her father. 

Access Hollywood – Zelda Williams, daughter of the late Robin Williams, is speaking out for the first time about her late father and continuing with his charitable legacy.

The 25-year-old appeared on the “Today” show on Friday, where she spoke with NBC’s Kate Snow about the death of her father six months ago.

“You know, it’s taking it one step at a time. The world keeps spinning,” she said, explaining that she’s continuing her father’s work, including the time he gave to the Challenged Athlete Foundation, an organization that provides prosthetics to disabled athletes.

“He’s done charity as long as he had the wherewithal and the ability to do it. That was what his favorite thing other than comedy really was,” Zelda said.

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