According to Debbie Reynolds' son and Carrie Fisher's brother, Todd Fisher, Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher will have a joint funeral, he told ABC News. He told the news outlet that no date or location has been set.
It is a plan that Todd has been hoping would come to fruition. "It’s what we want to do, but we’re still working on the mechanics," he previously told the New York Daily News about the mother-daughter funeral. " ... We like the idea, if it’s at all possible. I think it’s appropriate."
Reynolds, 84, and Fisher, 60, died just one day apart. Fisher passed away on Dec. 27, just several days after suffering a massive heart attack on an airplane. Reynolds died on Dec. 28, after suffering a stroke while preparing funeral plans for her daughter. Heartbreakingly, her last words were, "I miss her so much, I want to be with Carrie," Todd revealed.
"I don't think she meant it quite like that but in 30 minutes she went to go see her again," he later explained on Good Morning America. "I think she wanted to be with her. I'm not joking when I say she left to be with her and I'm happy about that. That's the only thing I'm happy about."
Rest in peace, Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds.