Carrie Fisher (Star Wars) died, his last surprise to his fans at his funeral

Tragic start in the big family of Star Wars … Carrie Fisher passed away after a first heart attack a few days earlier. For her funeral, it is a very special urn that was chosen for her …
The death of Carrie Fisher, aka Princess Leia in Star Wars, marked the spirits at the end of 2016. Since her death on December 27, which was soon followed by the departure of Debbie Reynolds, her mother, tributes Do not stop. Tribute coming from fans all over the world and especially on social networks. The Star Wars family is great! His co-star Mark Hamill, aka Luke Skywalker, wanted to make it a more magnificent tribute that in a letter which the actor tells many stories of Carrie Fisher. The funeral of the actress and her mother took place yesterday, Friday 6 January 2017, very private. This Thursday, an exceptional service for the friends of Carrie Fisher was organized in her home in Los Angeles where many celebrities such as Meryl Streep, Jamie Lee Curtis, Richard Dreyfuss or Penny Marshall came to collect. And for his funeral, it can be said that Carrie Fisher marked the blow one last time with a special urn …
During her long career, Carrie Fisher has faced many health problems, including depression and bipolar disorder. And for her funeral, it marked the blow since its ashes were put in a giant pill of Prozac! A very surprising fact but fully assumed by Todd Fisher, his brother, who spoke face this choice to Entertainment Tonight : “One of Carrie’s favorites was a giant pill Prozac she bought ago few years (…) she adored her and she was at his house, Billie and I thought it was there that she would be ” . If mother and daughter were to be buried together, part of Carrie Fishier’s ashes will finally rest with her mother while the rest will be in this famous Prozac pill! What mark the last time the world with the touch Carrie Fisher. Besides, can she be replaced in the role of Leia? An unusual choice?

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