Robin Williams' widow, Susan Williams, is opening up about her husband's tragic death in a sit down with ABC News' Amy Robach 14 months after the beloved comedian's passing.
"It's the best love I ever dreamed of," Susan says in this clip from her sit-down with ABC News' Amy Robach.
This marks Susan's first televised interview since losing the love of her life last year, as she has remained mostly quite on the subject.
Susan first met Robin in 2009 just before he underwent heart surgery, and she reportedly helped him during his recovery period. They later said "I do" on Oct. 22, 2011, after Robin finalized his divorce with second wife Marsha Garces in 2010.
In the interview, Susan also shares never-before-seen home movies of the Oscar winner and recalls her initial reactions to his death.
"I just screamed, 'Robin, what happened? What did you do?'" she says through tears.
Robin was pronounced dead on Aug. 11, 2014, from asphyxia caused by the late actor hanging himself with a belt. He was 63.
Following his death, Susan released a statement as to what she believed led to the comedian's suicide.
"Robin's sobriety was intact," she wrote, "and he was brave as he struggled with his own battles of depression, anxiety as well as early stages of Parkinson's disease, which he was not yet ready to share publicly."
The official Coroner's report confirmed that Robin was sober at the time of his death.
Susan's emotional interview will air on ABC's Good Morning America on Tuesday, Nov. 3, with more of the interview airing later the same day on Nightline.