Debbie Reynolds had the family Christmas dinner table set as daughter Carrie Fisher suffered stroke

Debbie Reynolds had the family Christmas dinner table set as daughter Carrie Fisher suffered stroke, friend reveals

The late Debbie Reynolds was preparing a Christmas feast for the family as her daughter Carrie Fisher suffered a fatal stroke while flying home from London on December 23, 2016.

‘When Carrie was flying in on the plane, Debbie had already made sure the table was set. The menu, everything,’ Hollywood Secrets and Scandals author Sue Cameron told People on Friday.

‘But there was no Christmas dinner. The table just sat there…Debbie kept a Christmas tree up 24 hours a day, all year. Debbie just loved Christmas.’  

RIP: The late Debbie Reynolds (L) was preparing a Christmas feast for the family as her daughter Carrie Fisher (R) suffered a fatal stroke while flying home from London on December 23, 2016 (pictured in 2015)

RIP: The late Debbie Reynolds (L) was preparing a Christmas feast for the family as her daughter Carrie Fisher (R) suffered a fatal stroke while flying home from London on December 23, 2016 (pictured in 2015)

The Star Wars actress – who died age 60 on December 27, 2016 from sleep apnea – also had a permanent Christmas tree as part of her own home’s eccentric décor.

In fact, the showbiz mother-daughter duo loved the merry holiday so much two small decorated trees remain perched atop their crypt at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Hollywood Hills.

Heartbroken Reynolds died, age 84, from a stroke the day after Carrie’s death.

‘I have my mother’s Christmas tree up year-round in my house in Las Vegas. Carrie’s tree is still up year-round in her house,’ Debbie’s son Todd Fisher told Page Six last week.  

Hollywood Secrets and Scandals author Sue Cameron (R) told People on Friday: 'When Carrie was flying in on the plane, Debbie had already made sure the table was set. The menu, everything. But there was no Christmas dinner. The table just sat there'

Hollywood Secrets and Scandals author Sue Cameron (R) told People on Friday: ‘When Carrie was flying in on the plane, Debbie had already made sure the table was set. The menu, everything. But there was no Christmas dinner. The table just sat there’

Sue added: 'Debbie kept a Christmas tree up 24 hours a day, all year. Debbie just loved Christmas' (pictured in 1971)

Sue added: ‘Debbie kept a Christmas tree up 24 hours a day, all year. Debbie just loved Christmas’ (pictured in 1971)

Xmas: The Star Wars actress - who died age 60 on December 27, 2016 from sleep apnea - also had a permanent Christmas tree as part of her own home's eccentric décor (pictured in 2013)

Xmas: The Star Wars actress – who died age 60 on December 27, 2016 from sleep apnea – also had a permanent Christmas tree as part of her own home’s eccentric décor (pictured in 2013)

'Missing my girls this holiday season': In fact, the showbiz mother-daughter duo loved the merry holiday so much two small decorated trees remain perched atop their crypt at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Hollywood Hills

‘Missing my girls this holiday season’: In fact, the showbiz mother-daughter duo loved the merry holiday so much two small decorated trees remain perched atop their crypt at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Hollywood Hills

‘A lot of people asked me when they died, “How do you deal with it?” Part of it is the faith that we all shared, my mother, my sister and I – the idea that we shall meet again, and they’re not far from you. They’re just in a different space or a different dimension.’

To mark the third anniversary of the acting twosome’s tragic passing, Carrie’s daughter Billie Lourd posted her cover of John Prine’s 1971 song Angel From Montgomery with The Moon Brothers.

‘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,’ the grieving 27-year-old quoted novelist Anne Lamott.   

Debbie's son Todd Fisher (R) told Page Six last week: 'I have my mother's Christmas tree up year-round in my house in Las Vegas. Carrie's tree is still up year-round in her house' (pictured in 2008)

Debbie’s son Todd Fisher (R) told Page Six last week: ‘I have my mother’s Christmas tree up year-round in my house in Las Vegas. Carrie’s tree is still up year-round in her house’ (pictured in 2008)

Mourning: To mark the third anniversary of the acting twosome's tragic passing, Carrie's daughter Billie Lourd posted her cover of John Prine's 1971 song Angel From Montgomery with The Moon Brothers (pictured Friday)

Mourning: To mark the third anniversary of the acting twosome’s tragic passing, Carrie’s daughter Billie Lourd posted her cover of John Prine’s 1971 song Angel From Montgomery with The Moon Brothers (pictured Friday)

'You learn to dance with the limp': The grieving 27-year-old shared a childhood snap as well as an uplifting quote about loss from novelist Anne Lamott

‘You learn to dance with the limp’: The grieving 27-year-old shared a childhood snap as well as an uplifting quote about loss from novelist Anne Lamott

‘But this is also the good news. They live forever in your broken heart that doesn’t seal back up. 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.’

Fans can catch Fisher’s final performance as General Leia Organa alongside Billie as Lieutenant Kaydel Ko Connix in the ninth (and final) installment of Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker.

The sci-fi space opera’s conclusion has amassed $598.3M at the global box office despite a dismal 55% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Unused footage: Fans can catch Fisher's final performance as General Leia Organa alongside Billie as Lieutenant Kaydel Ko Connix in the ninth (and final) installment of Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker

Unused footage: Fans can catch Fisher’s final performance as General Leia Organa alongside Billie as Lieutenant Kaydel Ko Connix in the ninth (and final) installment of Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker

Leia hugging Rey: The sci-fi space opera's conclusion has amassed $598.3M at the global box office despite a dismal 55% rating on Rotten Tomatoes

Leia hugging Rey: The sci-fi space opera’s conclusion has amassed $598.3M at the global box office despite a dismal 55% rating on Rotten Tomatoes

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