Carrie Fisher’s daughter has paid a heartfelt tribute to her grandmother Debbie Reynolds on what would have been her 85th birthday.
The 24-year-old Scream Queens star celebrated her grandmother on Instagram, sharing a candid photo of Debbie with Carrie.
In the picture Reynolds was “classily clad”, wearing a bright green outfit with large sunglasses. The icon sang the tune with Carleton Carpenter for their 1950 film Two Weeks With Love.
In a recent interview with “Entertainment Tonight”, Todd Fisher said he believes his mother was “asking for permission” to join his sister in death.
Reynolds died on December 28, 2016, after being rushed to the hospital following a possible stroke.
As Radar has reported, Reynolds died at age 84 on December 28, just one day after her “Star Wars” actress daughter Fisher passed away at age 60.
But fans understand the pressure young Lourd has been under as she copes with the deaths of her both her famous mom and grandma. He also noted that Reynolds quickly changed her own funeral plans following Fisher’s death, asking not to be cremated, but instead “buried with Carrie“. “Posting to Instagram in the days following, Lourd thanks well-wishers for their “prayers and kind words”: “[They] have given me strength during a time I thought strength could not exist.
The public memorial service for the actresses best known for their respective roles in “Singin’ in the Rain” and “Star Wars” took place in the 1,200-seat Freedom Theater and was live-streamed online.