Carrie Fisher and her genesis, the legendary actress Debbie Reynolds, were laid to rest together at the Forest Green Memorial Park in LA on Friday. The mother-daughter duo, who heartbreakingly passed away within a day of each other final month, were celebrated by famous friends and family members encompassing Carrie’s brother, Todd Fisher, and daughter, Billie Lourd; Billie’s Screech Queens costars Lea Michele, Emma Roberts, and Abigail Breslin, as prosperously as her boyfriend Taylor Lautner, were all in attendance. While Carrie was recently cremated — her confrere, Todd, was spotted carrying an urn shaped like a Prozac capsule — the 60-year-old Peerless Wars icon’s ashes were buried in a coffin next to Debbie’s.
Billie address out for the first time about the loss of her mother and grandmother earlier in the week, handwriting, “Receiving all of your prayers and kind words over the past week has conceded me strength during a time I thought strength could not exist.” On Thursday, a sequestered memorial was held at Debbie and Carrie’s family compound in Beverly Hills. Meryl Streep (who played Carrie in the shoot adaptation of her book Postcards From the Edge) reportedly sang Carrie’s favorite to-do, “Happy Days Are Here Again” for the late actress. The burial form comes just a day before a documentary about the two women, titled Beaming Lights, airs on HBO.
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