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She was 45.“Behind my back, Natasha had been taking singing lessons to sing it to me,” Neeson explained.“After the ceremony, we were all going in to start the night’s festivities, and she grabbed the microphone, and she sang me this. “Last spring, things just started going downhill,” he told the Sunday Times Style magazine. Neeson, who is the eldest of Richardson’s two sons, said the family took a long time to recover from her death.
And so, within the next week I was like, ‘OK, on with my life’.” It was last year after he “hit rock bottom” that he realised he needed to deal with his issues and entered rehab. I was unmotivated, couldn’t wake up in the morning. I hit rock bottom and couldn’t do anything.” Richardson left behind her husband Liam Neeson, her sons Micheal and Daniel, and her famous family, including her stage icon and political activist mother Vanessa Redgrave, and actress sister Joely Richardson.The couple had two sons together, Michael, 20, and Daniel, 19.He told the publication he naturally still feels "grief" over Natasha’s passing. "In your soul you know that there are people out there caring for you.The 61 year-old film star also shared what must be one of his most painful memories, Natasha's final phone call to him after she'd had her accident. I've taken a tumble in the snow.' That's how she described it," Liam said. But [she] donated three of her organs, so she's keeping three people alive at the moment. Her heart, her kidneys and her liver." actor spoke with a philosophical admiration for his wife's life, saying "You sort of think back, well she always packed so much into every day that maybe she knew, maybe she wasn't destined to be on this Earth for a long period of time," he told Anderson, adding "I visit her grave on a very regular basis.""It was never real," he said, speaking about her death. Although the actress was initially lucid, she was taken to hospital hours later, complaining of a headache. It's- I don't know if you can hear me, but that's- this is what's gone down. All your family and friends will come.' And that was more or less it."Neeson, whose two sons with Natasha are in their late teens, spoke with pragmatism regarding his tough decision to end his wife's life support. "If any of us got into a vegetative state that we'd pull the plug. So when I saw her and saw all these tubes and stuff, that was my immediate thought. "She would always drop the keys in the - on the table. ' So anytime I hear that door opening I still think I'm gonna hear her, you know.