Fashion designer Kenneth Cole, a good friend of late actress Natasha Richardson, said her death in a skiing mishap is particularly shocking because Richardson was always careful and deliberate with her words and actions.
“She wasn’t a reckless person,” he told the Early Show on CBS. “She was very thoughtful and capitulating and careful.”
Cole, noticeably grieving and shaken, said Richardson was always dedicated to amFAR, an AIDS charity. Her father, director Tony Richardson, died of AIDS-related illness in 1991.