Hollywood legend Debbie Reynolds dies at the age of 84, just the day after her daughter Star Wars fame Actress Carrie Fisher death.
Debbie’s death was confirmed by her Son, Todd Fisher.
Debbie Reynolds told her son, ‘that she would like to be with Carrie again’, 15 minutes before she had a severe stroke.
Todd said, “The last thing she said this morning was that she was very, very sad about losing Carrie and that she would like to be with her again, Fifteen minutes later she suffered a severe stroke.”
He added, “The only thing we’re taking solace in is that what she wanted to do was take care of her daughter, which is what she did best”.
Carrie Fisher reportedly suffered a heart attack on a flight to Los Angeles on Friday. Reynolds posted on her Facebook that Fisher was in stable condition on Christmas day.
She wrote, addressing fisher’s death, “Thank you to everyone who has embraced the gifts and talents of my beloved and amazing daughter. I am grateful for your thoughts and prayers that are now guiding her to her next stop. Love Carries Mother.”
Debbie’s best-remembered film is probably “Singin’ in the Rain” (1952), the classic MGM musical about 1920s moviemaking, in which she held her own with Gene Kelly and Donald O’Connor.
Her Hollywood career was one wonderful party, she found success in film, on the stage, on television and in the recording studio, singing, dancing, performing cabaret and cutting pop records.