Liam Neeson has revealed he still talks to his late wife Natasha Richardson every day, when he visits her grave in New York.
Back in 2009, the actress sadly passed away at the age of 45, after she got into a tragic skiing accident in Canada.
Speaking to the Inquirer.net, Liam confessed: “I speak to her every day at her grave, which is about a mile and half down the road.
“I go down there quite often, so I do speak to her as if she’s here. Not that she answers me.”
“I also speak to a couple of deceased actors that I knew years ago back in Ireland. Is that religious? I don’t know,” he continued.
“I was brought up Catholic. But I certainly question death and life and is there an afterlife a lot more, not least because I’m now 68 years of age. I’m way past middle age.”
The news comes just over a month after Liam was unable to attend his mother’s funeral in Co. Antrim – as he was stuck in New York during lockdown.
The actor’s 94-year-old mother, Catherine (Kitty) Neeson, died at a nursing home in Ballymena in June – after being ill for a few months.
Liam sadly found out about his mother’s death just one day before he celebrated his 68th birthday.
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