Billie Lourd pays tribute to her mother Carrie Fisher on the third anniversary of her death.
On Friday the “Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker” star shared a video of herself in a bathtub, where she sang a beautiful cover of John Prine’s ‘Angel from Montgomery’.
“TakeYourBrokenHeartAndTurnItIntoArt Bathtub Sessions-Angel From Montgomery,” wrote Lourd in the caption, before adding a quote from Anne Lamott.
“You will lose someone you cannot live without and your heart will be severely broken, and the bad news is that you will never completely come across the loss of your loved one,” Lourd quoted. “But this is also the good news. They live forever in your broken heart that no longer seals. And you get through it.”
The message went on: “It’s like having a broken leg that never heals perfectly – it still hurts when it gets cold, but you learn to dance with the weak. – Anne Lamott 🙏🏼to @moonbrothersmusic.”
Fisherman died at the age of 60 on December 27, 2016, days after a heart attack on a flight from London to Los Angeles. Debbie ReynoldsFisher’s mother, died a day later at the age of 84.
Just like her mother, in honor of the three-year anniversary of her grandmother’s death, Lourd posted a sweet throwback photo with her grandmother on Saturday.
“✨💖✨” wrote the “Scream Queens” actress in the caption.
The “Booksmart” star also placed an Instagram on Christmas and has shared a genuine message for they, like themselves, have to deal with the loss of a loved one during the holidays.
“Happy holidays! (But also sad / emotional / weird / stressful holidays!) Send my love to anyone who has lost someone they loved and who misses a little extra today,” says Lourd a picture of herself with her deceased mother and grandmother. “I see you. It’s okay if everything is not all cheerful and clear. It can be a mix of everything. And it’s all okay.”
“Feel all the feelings – the good and the not so good,” she added, before summing up ways to honor those who are no longer here.
“Eat something delicious that they loved. Put on one of their favorite songs. Tell a story about it. Cry about them. Call one of their friends you haven’t talked to in a while,” she continued. ‘Be kind and patient with yourself. Don’t mourn in silence. You’re not the only one.’
Both Fisher and her daughter can now be seen in theaters in “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker”. While Fisher died before filming began, unused footage from “The Force Awakens” was used in the new film.
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