Michelle Williams and daughter Matilda Ledger at coffee shop for breakfast on 30th August 2009.
Michelle Williams at Art Festival "Opening Night at the Works" - 03.09.2009, Portland.
AnOther Magazine photoshoot
Michelle Williams in Louis Vuitton spring/summer 2007
Photography: Craig McDean
Michelle Williams in VOGUE - October 2009:
Miu Miu embellished metallic minishift. Victor Osborne fedora. Roger Vivier square-toe shoes with silver buckle.Left: Blumarine sequined silk dress.
Right: Oscar de la Renta ivory tulle tweed scoop-neck dress with embroidered trim and attached brooch. Albertus Swanepoel porkpie hat.Left: Marc Jacobs textured Lurex jacket. DKNY striped long-sleeved shirt. Proenza Schouler navy faille shorts.
Right: Narciso Rodriguez white-and-black jacquard jacket and matching mini. Source: style.com
Michelle Williams in Vogue US Interview:
-On dealing with Heath's death: "I have been severely accident-prone over the past 12 months. I fell downstairs, broke a toe, put my fingers in a blender — seriously distracted. [I would often] cry, nap, sit and stare, try to figure out what to make [Matilda] for dinner, talk to friends on the phone. I was holding it together by a string and a paper clip in the Fall and Winter. I didn’t know if I could keep it all together."
-On grieving with Matilda: "I just don’t see the upside to this. You console yourself by saying it’s all a deepening process. But it’s weird. After the first year, the pain is less intense; it’s less immediate. But the magical thinking goes away, too. And that’s a whole new reckoning. But every time I really miss him and wonder where he’s gone, I just look at her."
-On splitting with Spike Jonze: "The timing was impossible. I thought falling in love again was the only thing that was going to save me from the pain. This erroneous idea: it just makes things more complicated."
Jake Gyllenhaal, Anne Hathaway, Michelle Williams and Heath Ledger at Toronto Film Festival - "Brokeback Mountain" Photocall, on 10 September, 2005.
-On before Heath died: "Brokeback Mountain was an unrepeatable moment in time, a very charmed time in my life. I was in love; I was in a movie I was proud to be a part of, and with a beautiful brand-new baby. Everything was good in that moment. [After we split I started filming a movie in Sweden because] I just didn’t want to be at home. Geography is a great solution for heartbreak."
-On dating while having a daughter: "I obviously don’t know how to [date with a child, but] I’m falling more and more in love with her and I think she deserves the bulk of my attention. We’re lucky. I can work. She can go to a good school. There’s a lot there for her. And she can know her dad in so many ways, and so many of his friends who will be able to tell her so many stories. His friends, his family — they were a big part of his life, and they will be a big part of her life."
-On her future: "I feel hopeful and grateful. For a while I thought we had lost everything. It makes you want to love better and live better and treat people better.There is a great Gloria Steinem quote — and I’m paraphrasing — ‘Become the man you want to marry’. I’ve taken that on. What qualities do I find attractive, and can I find them in myself? What am I missing? Can I be that for myself?" Source: www.popsugar.com
Read the whole article in www.style.com/vogue