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In pretty much all senses but one, I would be able to go totally down that line of thinking were it not for Matilda not having her dad,” Williams, 36, said. I mean, it just won’t ever be right.” costar in 2004 after meeting on set of their film — had amicably split from Ledger in September 2007, after three years together.

He was found dead in January 2008 due to an accidental mixture of prescription drugs. The actress told that while she never expected to be a single parent at her age, she’s not planning on getting married anytime soon.”Talk about a learning process,” she said of dating. I feel really sensitive about it and certainly did not expect to still be dating at 36 with an 11-year-old.

Academics insisted further research was needed into the link between single parents and children’s behaviour.

But previous studies have found children raised by lone mothers are likely to have less economic security, less attention and guidance and more likely to live in deprived areas.

Lisa Calderwood, from London University’s Institute of Education, said: “Living apart from natural fathers can be associated with poverty and negative outcomes for children.” Researchers are tracking children’s behaviour, school choice and cognitive development as part of the on-going Millennium Cohort Study, which is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council.

Two major analyses of the data – published today – chart the impact of parenting on children born at the turn of the millennium.

“My daughter keeps saying, ‘Mummy, we can’t live here.

I miss where we used to live, I miss that place’,” Lily says.

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Some 12 per cent of children brought up by one parent displayed series behavioural problems by the age of seven, it was disclosed, compared with just six per cent of youngsters raised by both natural parents.

Researchers then grouped children into three categories ranging from “normal” to “serious behavioural problems”.

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