In 2015, Carrie Fisher presented her mother, Debbie Reynolds, with the Screen Actors Guild’s life achievement award in Los Angeles. This week, Reynolds died the day after her daughter. Little information has been released about the cause of death, but fans and friends of both actresses have gone online to comment that Reynolds might have died of a broken heart.
In 2015, Carrie Fisher presented her mother, Debbie Reynolds, with the Screen Actors Guild’s life achievement award in Los Angeles. This week, Reynolds died the day after her daughter. Little information has been released about the cause of death, but fans and friends of both actresses have gone online to comment that Reynolds might have died of a broken heart. Vince Bucci Invision/AP
In 2015, Carrie Fisher presented her mother, Debbie Reynolds, with the Screen Actors Guild’s life achievement award in Los Angeles. This week, Reynolds died the day after her daughter. Little information has been released about the cause of death, but fans and friends of both actresses have gone online to comment that Reynolds might have died of a broken heart. Vince Bucci Invision/AP

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