Robin Williams and his third wife, Susan Schneider, had been hoping to start a family with the comedic genius before his sudden suicide, it has been revealed.
According to sources, it was Schneider's dream to start a family with the 'Dead Poets Society' star and it would have been nearly impossible for Susan to get pregnant because of her age, 50, but that didn't stop her from hoping it could happen. They could have used a surrogate or adopted, Radar Online reported.
The insiders claimed that even before Williams' death at age 63, he was very hesitant to have another child, as he was already a father of three and there was also major hesitation because of his history of depression.
Williams was found in his Tiburon, Calif. home by his personal assistant "in a clothed, seated position . . . slightly suspended" with a "belt around his neck and the Sheriff's Office has confirmed that there were also "several acute superficial transverse cuts" on his left wrist.