Former Dawson’s Creek actress and Heath Ledger’s baby mama, Michelle Williams, is a Vogue covergirl for their October 2009 issue. The blond pixie-haired actress is promoting her turn in the upcoming Martin Scorsese directed film Shutter Island in which she plays a ghost. In the feature, the Vogue covergirl opens up about the loss of her former love, Heath Ledger, life with their daughter Matilda, her love of books and other upcoming projects.
In the article entitled ‘A Field Guide to Getting Lost,’ Williams admits to a fairly minimalistic personal style, but as a Vogue covergirl, the actress is photographed by Mario Testino in embellished outfits from Miu Miu, Marc Jacobs, DKNY and Proenza Schouler.
Michelle Williams Opens Up as Vogue's October 2009 Covergirl
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