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‘I want to be with Carrie’: Actress Debbie Reynolds Died of a Stroke the Day After Her Daughter Carrie Fisher Passed Away

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As you have likely heard, Star Wars actress Carrie Fisher died on Tuesday at age 60 just four days after she suffered a massive heart attack on a flight from London to Los Angeles last Friday.

Her mother, 84-year-old actress Debbie Reynolds, was at her son Todd Fisher’s house planning Carrie’s funeral the day after when Debbie started feeling ill in the early afternoon. Her family thought she might be having a stroke, so they rushed her to a hospital.

She died yesterday, just a day after her daughter’s untimely passing.

One of the last things that Ms. Reynolds said was, “I miss her so much, I want to be with Carrie.”

Man… 2016 is a crap year for dying stars… Alan Rickman, David Bowie, Gene Wilder, Muhammed Ali, Prince… and now Carrie Fisher and her mom.

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