Michelle continued: 'If you feel like people are watching you, it's impossible to have an authentic experience of being alive.
‘I wanted to make something that my daughter would feel proud of and excited about…’ Unable to finish the sentence, she becomes visibly emotional – partly, I assume, because it raises painful memories, but also because we are speaking the day after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut in which 20 children and six adults lost their lives.
'It's not naturally my inclination to be a boundary drawer.
I'm like, "Open up all the doors and the windows and let everybody in." That's the aim of my work, too,' the introverted Blackbird thespian told the mag (on newsstands next Tuesday).
It's not easy for kids to grow up in the spotlight.
More than seven years ago, Michelle Williams became a single parent when her ex, Heath Ledger, passed away.