- Robin Williams' daughter Zelda finally dressed up as a character from "The Legend of Zelda" for Halloween.
- Zelda Williams shared a number of pictures and videos to her Twitter account, decked out in the Nintendo game series' lead protagonist Link's familiar green outfit, pointed ears and blonde hair.
- The late Robin Williams was known as a big fan of "The Legend of Zelda" series, and even appeared in a commercial for the game where he breaks down "the mystery of Zelda's name."
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Robin Williams' daughter Zelda finally dressed up as a character from "The Legend of Zelda" for Halloween.
Zelda shared pictures and videos of her as the game's lead protagonist Link — who people often think is the game's titular Princess Zelda — to her Twitter account on Thursday.
Zelda's Halloween costume saw her decked out in the character's signature green garb, pointed ears and blonde hair with one post captioned: "30 years. It finally happened."
In another post, she shared a video of her emulating Link throwing chickens around, and another showing off her full outfit saying: "Swiggity swooty, Im coming for that rupee."
Robin Williams, who died in 2014 at age 63, was an avid "The Legend of Zelda" player, appearing in promotional commercials for the game with one even discussing the origins of his daughter's name called, "The Mystery Behind Zelda's Name."
"From what I've been told they were playing Zelda when they were pregnant with me. I think both my parents liked the name and it stuck,"said Zelda in the Nintendo video back in 2011.
Williams then adds: "We thought because we were playing The Legend of Zelda at the time and we bought one of the first Nintendo systems ... it's amazing because it's addicting, I was playing it for hours and hours."
Her Twitter profile also acknowledges her namesake with "videogame legend" written in her bio.
Naturally, the fans on Twitter went into a frenzy with followers commenting on Zelda's Halloween costume posts.
One fan wrote:"Zelda dresses as Link. Welp. Everyone pack it up. She won Halloween."
Another tweeted:"This is the wholesome halloween content i want."
Swiggity swooty, Im coming for that rupee pic.twitter.com/eR6feUsDLt— Zelda Williams (@zeldawilliams) November 1, 2019
Zelda Williams, who largely lives a very private life, also excited fans for using her Twitter account.
But the 30-year-old said she's not back on the platform for good:"I'm not. Just for the Halloweiners. Then back to work tweets, charity and gift. My life is much calmer/kinder without it."
Fans will have to wait until next Halloween to see if she goes as the titular princess herself.