Before her heart attack and subsequent death last month, “Star Wars” actress Carrie Fisher’s last reported texts were about her mother, Debbie Reynolds, who died a day after her daughter’s passing.
Her last texts were sent to her half-sister, Joely Fisher, who said they were texting before the latter boarded a Los Angeles-bound flight. Carrie later suffered a reported heart attack on the plane and was hospitalized at the UCLA Medical Center.
“We talked about age cause she was floored that she had just turned 60. We talked about children, we talked about our frail mothers,” she told “Good Morning America.” Joely also said she and Carrie were supposed to spend Christmas together.
Before her death, Reynolds told Joely that if her daughter died, she might not make it.
“She kept saying that she wanted more time. I knew that if Carrie wasn’t going to survive this, that Debbie would not. You knew it,” Joely said, referring to what Reynolds told her.
A funeral for Carrie Fisher and Reynolds is slated for Thursday.
The audio from a 911 call about Fisher’s heart attack on a plane was released on Thursday. “We have one of our international flights coming in from London, it’s about 10 minutes out and it’s a medical emergency for a passenger,” a caller said.