Earlier this year, Heath’s dad revealed his son’s last words were to his sister Kate just before he died, which was a conversation with her warning him about prescription drugs. Kim told Daily Mail Australia: ‘The last conversation Kate had with him was this discussion about his medications and she warned him, “You can’t mix drugs that you don’t know anything about.” ‘He said “Katie, Katie, I’ll be fine! It just put his whole system to sleep I guess.’ The 28-year-old was found unconcious by his housekeeper but was pronunced dead by paramedics in the January of 2007. She particularly mentions how in love he was with Michelle Williams.“He was totally smitten with her and couldn’t wait to bring her home,” Kate told the mag."I'm just learning lessons now, like learning how to be a working mom."Asked about Williams and Ledger's on set romance, Gyllenhaal recalled the trailer count going from four to three, and Hathaway said, "There were sparks immediately.It was adorable."As for Ledger, he called Williams the "perfect mom" and said, "I'm so proud.
I think the first five years after Heath passed, every time I’d see Matilda [I] would be in tears.
In some ways I'm sad to be moving further and further away from it."But first and foremost, Michelle had a child to raise—as a working mom, a single mom and, perhaps just as trickily, as a famous mom.
Though his films, of which Ledger made enough to suit any movie-watching mood, gave him cinematic immortality, it's Matilda who remains the human embodiment of Ledger's legacy.
I don't know how to live like that, and I don't know how to give a life to my child like that."She previously called Kristen Bell, who was instrumental in getting a number of media outlets to stop publishing unauthorized photos of celebrities' children, her "personal hero." (E!
News was among the outlets that implemented the new protocol accordingly.).