VIA: Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds‘ deep mother/daughter bond is now memorialized with their massive combined headstone … which was unveiled over the weekend.
It’s minimal on text — etched only with their names and lifespans underneath a statue of 2 people embracing. Debbie and Carrie were laid to rest alongside one another in January at Hollywood’s Forest Lawn Memorial Park.
Carrie was cremated but some of her ashes were placed in an urn shaped like a giant Prozac pill next to her mother.
Billie Lourd has had a tough month after losing both her mother, Carrie Fisher, and grandmother, Debbie Reynolds, a day apart. Now the actress is attempting to ease the pain by jetting off to Mexico with her famous boyfriend Taylor Lautner.
Lautner, 24, shared a photo of Lourd, also 24, and himself poolside at a Mexican resort on Friday. The actress flashed a peace signs for the somber snap.
In Lautner’s Instagram selfie, he gives the camera subtle grin from beneath his sunglasses and a black baseball cap with the image of a panda’s face on it. Behind the tanned and shirtless Twilight star, Lourd lay back on a deck chair, having slipped into a barely-there purple bikini. Continue reading
Carrie Fisher‘s body has already been cremated at the late actress’s behest while her mother, Debbie Reynolds, who died one day apart, will be buried, according to sources close to the family.
Reynolds had different ideas from her daughter, Carrie, who requested to be cremated, while Debbie went for the traditional burial. Reports say, the family has already taken steps to carry out Fisher’s wishes.
Carrie’s body has already been cremated and we’re told the action was taken at the behest of the actress when she was still alive. Her will states she wanted to be cremated. As for Debbie, she wanted her body buried … she specifically did not want to be cremated. Continue reading
HBO unveiled a brand new documentary starring none other than the late Carrie Fisher and her mother Debbie Reynolds, who also died.
The recently deceased daughter and mother are the subjects of a “year in the life,” documentary which promises to cover the pair both professionally and personally.
The trailer for “Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds” was reportedly shot during 2014 and 2015. The full feature is said to be debuting on HBO January 7, 2017. Continue reading