Zelda Williams Honors Late “Poppa” Robin Williams With Hummingbird, Birthdate Tattoos

Zelda and Robin Williams
Zelda Williams got two beautiful tattoos to honor her late father, Robin Williams, who died this past August -- see them here and read her sweet message. Michael Tran/FilmMagic

Sweeter than nectar. Zelda Williams shared her new hummingbird tattoo on Instagram Wednesday, Oct. 22, which she got to honor her late father, Robin Williams.

"For poppa," Zelda wrote alongside a black and white photo of her fresh ink. "Thank you to the incomparable @dr_woo_ssc for so beautifully bringing my reminders to life. I'll always put my hand out to shake with a smile."

As seen in the pic, the delicate winged creature rests above the late comedian's birthdate, "7.21.51," written across Zelda's right wrist.

For poppo. Thank you to the incomparable @dr_woo_ssc for so beautifully bringing my reminders to life. I'll always put my hand out to shake with a smile. As for this Instagram, I don't know in what capacity I'll continue using it in the future, but I'm leaving it up regardless so that fake accounts hoping to use my name or misuse my family's photos will get no traction. To be clear, this is MY ONLY account. Publicly, I have Twitter, and this. If other people post quotes and photos claiming to be me or my family, please, do not send them personal information or click links, even for charity. They could be utilizing sympathy to scam you. For the record, no one has ever or will ever speak for me but me. Thank you.

Een foto die is geplaatst door Zelda Williams (@zeldawilliams) op Okt 10, 2014 at 1:36 PDT

Zelda's design was created by famous tattoo artist Dr. Woo at Hollywood hotspot Shamrock Social Club Inc. Other celebrities who've gotten inked at the parlor include Cate Blanchett and Amy Adams, who were both photographed at the locale in March. Woo also posted a photo of Zelda's stunning design via Instagram, calling it "a special hummingbird."

A special hummingbird for @zeldawilliams

Een foto die is geplaatst door dr_woo_ssc (@dr_woo_ssc) op Okt 10, 2014 at 11:54 PDT

Comedy legend and icon Robin Williams committed suicide at age 63 on Aug. 11. At his memorial held last month in San Francisco, mourners, friends, and family members were handed slender ribbon wristbands designed with birds alongside a message which read, "Love the stillness of life."

The storied actor's final Instagram update before his death was a note to Zelda — his daughter with second wife Marsha Garces — on her 25th birthday. "Quarter of a century old today but always my baby girl," he wrote alongside a throwback picture of Zelda as a toddler.

In the wake of her father's death, Zelda shared a sweet tribute alongside a quote from Antoine de Saint-Exupery's The Little Prince. "I love you. I miss you. I'll try to keep looking up," she wrote to her dad. Still, she dealt with Internet bullies after her father's tragic suicide, prompting her to temporarily delete her social media accounts. Read Zelda's inspiring tweets.

In a statement released to Us Weekly in the interim, Zelda used her comedic chops to address her family's haters. "As for those who are sending negativity, know that some small, giggling part of [my dad] is sending a flock of pigeons to your house to poop on your car," Zelda told Us. "Right after you've had it washed. After all, he loved to laugh, too." Since then, she has been using her Twitter and Instagram accounts to raise awareness about mental illness.

On Wednesday, Zelda continued to discuss her reasons for remaining on social media. "As for this Instagram, I don't know in what capacity I'll continue using it in the future, but I'm leaving it up regardless so that fake accounts hoping to use my name or misuse my family's photos will get no traction," she wrote. "To be clear, this is MY ONLY account. Publicly, I have Twitter, and this. If other people post quotes and photos claiming to be me or my family, please, do not send them personal information or click links, even for charity. They could be utilizing sympathy to scam you. For the record, no one has ever or will ever speak for me but me. Thank you."

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