Debbie Reynolds’ Last Words Revealed.. And They’re Heartbreaking.

Just one day after the sad news of Carrie Fisher’s death after a heart attack, news has just come in that her mother, Debbie Reynolds, passed away after a stroke.

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“I miss her so much, I want to be with Carrie” The 84-year-old told son, Todd Fisher just hours before her stroke. Todd also spoke to the media stating “She wanted to be with Carrie.” Debbie Reynolds, most famous for her role in Singin’ in the Rain, was at the Beverly Hills home her and Fisher shared when she was rushed to the emergency room after a suspected stroke.

One day earlier, her daughter, Star Wars icon Carrie Fisher died after a heart attack she had on a flight from London to LAX the previous Friday. Reynolds had expressed her gratitude to friends and fans on social media the day before her own death. She thanked them for all the support after her daughter’s death. “Thank you to everyone who has embraced the gifts and talents of my beloved and amazing daughter,” Reynolds posted on Facebook.

“I am grateful for your thoughts and prayers that are now guiding her to her next stop.” Reynolds was born in El Paso, Texas to Maxine and Raymond who named her Mary Frances Reynolds. Around age 7, she and the family moved to Burbank, California. It was there that she was discovered by a Warner Brothers scout after entering a Miss Burbank beauty pageant. She was immediately signed up by the massive studio.

When asked in a 2011 interview what she considered the turning point in her career, Reynolds replied: “Winning this contest, which was unusual. My suit came from the Salvation Army … I didn’t have high heels. There were talent scouts, and they thought I was a funny little kid. They took me to Warner Brothers and signed me up.” Reynolds and her daughter had patched up a previously rocky relationship and were very close until their untimely deaths.