A day after Carrie Fisher’s sudden death, her mother, Debbie Reynolds, was rushed to Los Angeles Hospital. Keep reading to know the latest update about Reynolds’ health!
On Tuesday, the world received what has been dubbed as one of the saddest news ever, Fisher’s death. The Star Wars actress, aka Princess Leia, suffered a heart attack aboard a United plane on December 23. Although previous reports state she has been since then in a stable condition, Fisher did not make it until this year’s end.
The 60-year-old actress was on tour promoting her latest book, The Princess Diarist when she went into a cardiac arrest 15 minutes before reaching LAX. Witnesses at the airport noted Fishers’ eyes were already close; that she appeared “unconscious” while paramedics rush her to a nearby ER.
Debbie Reynolds’ Medical Emergency
It’s safe to say that nothing would hurt a mother more than to outlive her child. In the events that Reynolds had to plan her own daughter’s funeral, the 84-year-old icon suffered a medical emergency.
TMZ reports that Reynolds was at her son Todd Fisher’s home in Beverly Hills when the incident happened. At around 1 pm, someone from the house called 911 for emergency respondents. The site’s sources also noted that Reynolds has been distraught since her daughters’ tragic passing.
Reynolds complained of breathing problems, leading her family to ask for quick medical assistance. Now, The Washington Times reports that the actress’ condition was listed as ‘fair to serious’. Her doctors are now looking into a “possible stroke” that caused Reynolds abrupt medical crisis.
Debbie Reynolds is best known for her roles in the musical films The Singing Nun and Singing In The Rain.
— Lady Rockwell (@TheLadyRockwell) December 9, 2016
Our prayers go out to the entire family and friends of both Reynolds and Fisher.