Zelda Williams at the Noble Awards : Robin Williams’ Daughter Honors Father

Zelda Williams at the Noble Awards : Robin Williams' Daughter Honors Father

Zelda Williams honours late father Robin Williams at Noble Awards with her mom.

On Friday, the 25-year-old presented a Noble Award for Activism in Sports to one of her father’s favorite charities, the Challenged Athlete Foundation. The organization helps provide prosthetics to disabled athletes.

“Watching my dad get on a bike was like watching a penguin spread its wings and take flight,” Zelda said during the ceremony. “He’d take off at inhuman speed, a smile on his face and never look back.”

Robin Williams died of suicide in August at age 63. At the time, many speculated about possible reasons for his depression. Some even wondered if financial issues played a role, though those close to the actor denied this. Instead, it was more likely a variety of factors, including his recent Parkinson’s Disease diagnosis. But before the Noble Awards, Zelda insisted that she doesn’t want to dwell on exactly what happened.

“It’s not important to ask,” Zelda said on Today. A lot of people who have been through it and lost someone, the ones that I’ve found who have gone on to lead very full lives, found that they just had to know that there’s no point questioning it.”

“And there’s no point blaming everyone else for it, and there’s no point blaming yourself or the world or whatever the case may be, because it happened,” she continued. “So you have to continue to move and you have to continue to live and manage.”

Zelda Williams is doing just that. She looked gorgeous and poised at the Noble Awards alongside her mother, Marsha Garces. These two are sticking together to help each other deal with Robin’s passing.