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Carrie Fisher already ‘had place set at Christmas table’ when she had fatal heart attack 3 years ago


Carrie had a place at the dinner table set when she died in 2016 (Picture: FilmMagic)

Carrie Fisher’s mum Debbie Reynolds already had a place set at the Christmas dinner table when she suffered a fatal heart attack three years ago, according to reports.

The Star Wars actor passed away on 27 December 2016 after she suffered a medical emergency while on a plane four days earlier.

Now it’s been claimed by a friend of Debbie – who sadly died the day after her daughter, on the 28 December – the star already had a place at the Christmas dinner table set at the time of her passing.

Debbie’s friend and writer Sue Cameron said: ‘When Carrie was flying in on the plane [from London], Debbie had already made sure the table was set. The menu, everything. But there was no Christmas dinner. The table just sat there.’

Billie Lourd with Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher (Picture: WireImage)

And Sue – who was a long term friend of Debbie’s – feels it is as if Debbie or Carrie haven’t left as there are ‘constant reminders’ of them and their successes.

Sue added to People magazine: ‘It’s almost as if they’ve never really gone. Debbie kept a Christmas tree up 24 hours a day, all year. Debbie just loved Christmas. I think in a way they’ve never left because there are constant reminders about their lives. It’s almost as if they’ve never really gone. Star Wars is back and Carrie’s daughter, Billie, is becoming a star.’

According to Sue, Debbie had a premonition that her daughter Carrie was going to die.

She said: ‘I made it a point to go over every three weeks to see Debbie, and on that last day that I saw her, on 21 December, she told me she had had a vision the night before.

‘She called it an “experience with death.” [She said] “Oh all right, I guess this is it … I guess it wasn’t for me.” But in hindsight, I realised the cloud settled over the exact spot where Carrie always sat on Debbie’s bed.’

Carrie’s daughter Billie Lourd yesterday paid tribute to her mother three years after her death with a song.

The 27-year-old sat in Carrie’s bathtub and sang John Prine’s Angel from Montgomery for the late actress.

She captioned her post: ‘TakeYourBrokenHeartAndTurnItIntoArt Bathtub Sessions-Angel From Montgomery.

‘You will lose someone you can’t live without and your heart will be badly broken, and the bad news is that you never completely get over the loss of your beloved. But this is also the good news. They live forever in your broken heart that doesn’t seal back up.’

The American Horror Story actress continued: ‘And you come through. It’s like having a broken leg that never heals perfectly—that still hurts when the weather gets cold, but you learn to dance with the limp. – Anne Lamott [bowing emoji] to @moonbrothersmusic.’



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