Actor Liam Neeson is ''touched'' by the messages of support he continues to receive following the death of wife Natasha Richardson 16 months ago but says he deals with his grief a day at a time.
Liam Neeson deals with his grief a day at a time.
The 'A-Team' actor - whose wife Natasha Richardson died after a skiing accident 16 months ago- says he and sons Michael, 15, and 13-year-old Daniel, are "touched" by the messages of support they have received since the tragedy but are still dealing with their grief.
He said: "To be honest, we're taking each day as it comes.
"I'm still getting extraordinary condolence letters from people. It's deeply, deeply touching."
Natasha's last role, recording a voiceover for 'The Wildest Dream' - which features mountaineer Conrad Anker's recreation of the fatal journey up Mount Everest by George Mallory in 1924 - and the explorer admits Liam found it hard watching a screening of the film and hearing Natasha as George's wife Ruth.
Conrad told the Independent Newspaper: "We saw Liam in New York when we had a pre-screening and it was very difficult and challenging for him to hear the voice of Natasha, especially the last reading she does where she says, 'I l can't imagine that you would not come back. I love you so dearly.' "