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'Willow' Star Apologizes After Message Following Wife's Death Sparks Concern From Fans

Warwick Davis' heartbreaking message on X (formerly Twitter) after the death of his wife of 32 years, Samantha, left fans hoping he was ok.

Warwick and Samantha Davis
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Legendary star of the 1988 fantasy film Willow Warwick Davis has taken to social media to reassure fans after a recent post left them deeply worried about the actor.

Davis, who is also well known to fans of the Harry Potter film series, recently took to X (formerly Twitter) to respond to the death of his wife of 32 years, Samantha.

But the post, seen below, left fans deeply worried for his well-being.

The post read simply:

"I'm done here, sgning off. 💔"

The post sparked an outpouring of worried responses from fans, who suspected it might be a message of Davis' intent to harm himself amid his grief.

Later that day, Davis' children Annabelle and Harrison, took over his account to address the situation, thanking fans for their concern.

The tweet read:

"Thank you everyone for looking out for our Dad, he is taking some time away from social media."
"He apologises if his last message caused anyone concern. We appreciate all of your love and support, Annabelle and Harrison x"

The response generated another outpouring of support from fans for the entire Davis family amid their loss.

In a statement, Davis detailed just how much his wife meant to him. It read in part:

"My wife and soul-mate, best friend. Devoted mother, My favourite human. My most trusted confidant and an ardent supporter of everything I did in my career, has passed."
"The most open, warm person I have ever known. Her passing has left a huge hole in our lives as a family. I miss her hugs. She was a unique character, always seeing the sunny side of life she had a wicked sense of humour and always laughed at my bad jokes."
“With her by my side, I was sure I could achieve anything. It was like having a super-power."

Warwick and Samantha Davis were together for 32 years, after meeting on the set of Ron Howard's Willow, before she passed away on March 24. No cause of death has been released.