The Non-Stop star is certain that he received no condolences from the ski resort where his wife's fatal ski accident occured
Losing one’s partner is the most devastating turn one’s life can take and Natasha Richardson’s husband Liam Neeson reveals how he had to cope up with this irreversible loss in his life when he lost her forever. In an interview which was tear-jerking from every slant, Neeson shared his most tragic experience and explained how he got past the death of Natasha Richardson. His interview has brought to light one final tragic detail.
All his feelings were spilled out on Andy Cohen's Watch What Happens Live where he made guest appearance. The star certainly seems to be having a rough time coping with Richardson’s loss and he expressed his feelings with a heavy heart saying that “It hits you. It's like a wave. You just get this profound feeling of instability. The Earth isn't stable anymore and then it passes and it becomes more infrequent, but I still get it sometimes."
The Non-Stop star revealed a rather confusing bit of information stating that no condolences were received from the Ski Resort where his wife, Natasha Richardson, lost her life’s battle in a terrible ski accident. While talking to Cohen, Liam Neeson expressed his feelings in the following sentences:
"The ski resort where Natasha met her death...we got hundreds—maybe a couple thousand—sympathy cards, emails and stuff from all over the world, especially America, Not one from that ski resort. I kid you not. Not one."
This expression instantly gave way to a response from the ski hotel which gave away a statement clarifying their position.
"The team in place at Tremblant at the time of Mrs. Richardson's passing contacted Mr. Neeson's staff to extend their sincere condolences. We publicly expressed our sympathies to Mr. Neeson and Mrs. Richardson's family and friends and, on behalf of the entire team at Tremblant, would like to reiterate them once again."