It's been two weeks since the untimely death of Robin Williams and the world is still mourning the sudden loss of the beloved actor and comedian.
Robin's wife, artist Susan Schneider, is understandably still grieving, but is "bearing up well," friends of the couple claim in a new report.
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"She's surprisingly resilient, and she's looking forward to trying to make something good out of this for others so they don't have to suffer what she and Robin had to go through," said friend Maxwell Drever last Saturday night at a fundraiser held in the late star's hometown of Tiburon, Calif.
Susan and Robin attended the 'Happy Feet Two' premiere in Los Angeles in 2011. (Photo Credit: Getty)
"Susan is upbeat and has a positive attitude, but it's very hard for her right now," he added.
Drever's son Galen, who co-hosted the charity event, called Susan "an amazing, positive woman," and noted, "She and Robin loved each other very much – they were always together and just the cutest couple ever. It's hard to lose someone you love. There's not much anyone can say, more than she is coping the best way she can."
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Robin Williams passed away on Aug. 11 from suicide. It has since emerged that Robin, 63, was also in the early stages of Parkinson's Disease.
People magazine spoke exclusively with Drever.
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