Carrie Fisher‘s wit and sharp sense of humor is just as legendary as her acting roles, and she’s getting one last joke in after her passing in late December.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Fisher’s ashes are being placed in an urn that resembles a giant prozac pill. In pictures from her and her mother Debbie Reynold‘s joint funeral service, her brother Todd Fisher can be seen carrying the green and white pill urn.
Fisher, who was 60, died December 27 after suffering a heart attack while on a flight from London to Los Angeles. Her mother, who was 84, died a day later.
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From The Hollywood Reporter:
Fisher was honest and open about her battles with drugs and mental illness throughout her career. She also had a kooky sense of humor, so it makes sense the Princess Leia actress would want her urn to resemble an antidepressant pill.
Todd says the family is in the process of planning a public memorial for Carrie and Debbie.
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