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Published: Mon, January 02, 2017
Culture | By Antonia Gonzales

Todd Fisher: Debbie Reynolds' 'destiny' was to be with Carrie Fisher

Todd Fisher: Debbie Reynolds' 'destiny' was to be with Carrie Fisher

Two days later, actress and writer Carrie Fisher, who will forever be known as Princess Leia from Star Wars, died in a Los Angeles hospital after suffering a massive heart attack at age 60.

Stamos wrote about how her face lit up when she told stories of her mother. "And within 15 min, she faded out, and within 30 minutes she technically was gone", Todd said. "I am grateful for your thoughts and prayers that are now guiding her to her next stop". "I think at that time, quite honestly, as a photographer, her name-Carrie-didn't even come into my mind".

Grande and Michele added touching notes as well, as did her best friend Abigail Breslin. "That was also a lovely thing, that they could be together at that level". "I just sat there and watched her leave", he said.

Bruce Bozzi, who is married to Fisher's ex-partner Bryan Lourd, posted a photo of Scream Queens actress Billie, 24, with Fisher and Reynolds at her university graduation ceremony. He also told Good Morning America that Debbie had expressed her desire to be with Carrie before passing away, telling the show hosts that his mother said "she missed her daughter and wanted to see her again".

Fisher's brother, Todd, recently hinted on the possibility of holding a joint funeral for his sister and mother.

It is reported that Reynold's died from a suspected stroke as she was at her son Todd Fisher's home planning her daughter's funeral. Perhaps her most memorable role was as the spunky and sweet-voiced Kathy Selden in the 1952 film "Singin' in the Rain". I'm not joking when I say she left to be with her and I'm happy about that.

He has posted a cartoon depiction of his mother and sister together, reprising their most famous roles, alongside the caption: "This is a handsome love story to witness in my 58 years".

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