Naomi Watts mourns the death of her ex-lover Heath Ledger by putting her professional life on hold, cancelling all her press appearances at this year's Sundance Film Festival.
Naomi Watts is just the other person beside Michelle Williams and Lindsay Lohan who mourns the death of Heath Ledger. The Australian movie beauty, according to media reports, burst into tears when she learned about her former boyfriend's sudden death and immediately canceled all her press appearances.
Watts broke down in tears at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah, America following news of Heath's death and has soon thereafter decided to put her professional life on hold by canceling all her press appearances at this year's Sundance Film Festival, where she's set to promote her upcoming drama-thriller flick "Funny Games."
Showing how devastated she was over Heath's death, Watts even won't attend the premiere of "Funny Games" set to take place on Wednesday, January 23.
Watts and Heath first met on the set of "Ned Kelly," an action movie which they starred in together. They dated on and off for two years before then split permanently. As of Watts, she's now in relationship with actor Liev Schreiber with whom she has one son, named Alexander Pete Schreiber who was born on July 25 last year.