Carrie Fisher, Debbie Reynolds lauded at public memorial service

There was also a costume from "Singin' in the Rain", the classic 1952 film in which Reynolds portrayed Kathy Selden.

It's been almost three months since the world lost two of the most iconic actresses in show business and on Saturday, March 25, fans can stream Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds' joint memorial service for a chance to say one last goodbye and honor the lives of the beloved mother-daughter duo.

"It's important because my mom raised me on 'Star Wars, '" said Heather Jackson, 24, who drove five hours from Bullhead City, Arizona, to attend the memorial.

Fans gathered to say a final goodbye at the public memorial for Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds on Saturday, Mar. 25.

Fisher, 60, an actress and writer who starred as Princess Leia in the original "Star Wars" trilogy, died December 27 after suffering a medical emergency days earlier aboard a flight from London.

Todd Fisher and Debbie Reynolds then had a hard discussion about her estate and other things that were already taken care of if she died. "They were strong, incredible women, and I'm so happy that (Reynolds') son did this for us so we can come and pay our respects", she said of Todd Fisher, who arranged the memorial. Disney CEO Bob Iger said this week that Fisher appears throughout the film, and her performance will not be changed. Her mother, Debbie Reynolds died one day later after having a fatal stroke.

"We shouldn't be here so soon in our lives", he told the crowd.

"And she really just said to me, 'You know, I know that was really hard on you losing your sister.' [And I said], 'I mean, Carrie was there holding my hand when I took my first steps".

The celebration of their lives yesterday included a montage of photos and footage of the pair, accompanied by a score by Star Wars composer John Williams. "It was a very peaceful exit that only my mother could've orchestrated". "I'm here to let you know, I'm here to let you go".

Family, friends and fans were in attendance for the event which paid tribute to the cinema icons that also touched lives with their work in history preservation and mental health awareness.

'When people make you feel the way they made you feel that's the way it's going to be.

Noticeably missing from the joyous and often emotional memorial at Forest Lawn Cemetery were Carrie Fisher's daughter Billie Lourd and the Star Wars actress' beloved French bulldog companion Gary.

A chorus from California sang "True Colors".

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