Williams for the first time opened up about her life since Ledger's passing, and revealed that she won't relocate to Los Angeles, for all the obvious reasons ... being an actor's daughter. “It's a town that's about one thing, and I want her to have options," The New York Daily News quoted her as saying.
The 28-year-old actress hasn't pursued any film roles since Ledger"s death following an overdose of prescription drugs, and says she now spends her time 'cooking, baking, cleaning and sewing.'
“I felt burned out (after Ledger"s death), I still feel that, but I'm coming back to my wits, little by little. But ultimately I am not yet ready to work. I've actually really been enjoying not working," she said. She also added that being a part of the Hollywood machine “has lost its appeal for me. It used to be a refuge and now it's a hassle."
But she has no plans to quit action. "I'll be happy making movies for 300,000 dollars for the rest of my life," she says, "if the roles are interesting," she added.