Debbie Reynolds biggest fear was to lose their children.
the Actor wrote about the concerns that get to experience their child’s death in his autobiography:
"I don’t know if I would survive it.".
the Actor Debbie Reynolds was 84 years old. During her last days of life she had to endure his worst fear – losing her daughter Carrie Fisher.
Debbie Reynolds wrote about the fears in her autobiography "Unsinkable" from 2013, Entertainment Tonight reported.
"It is not natural to live longer than their children. This has always been my biggest fear.", she writes and concluded:
"I don’t know if I’ll survive it."
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She was especially concerned for Carrie, who fought against the abuse and a bipolar disorder. In her autobiography, she tells of the fear that similar to several familiar friends lose their children.
"Carrie is the middle child and I love her with every gram of strength I possess", she added.
Afraid that Carrie would die
on Tuesday, died in Carrie Fisher after having been treated for a heart attack as she got on board a aircraft with destination Los Angeles. Just a day later was mother Debbie Reynolds with the ambulance to the hospital Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. She died the same day.
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Debbie Reynolds’s last words
the Son, and Carrie’s brother Todd Fisher told if the mother’s last words – the morning after Carrie’s death:
” I miss her so much, I want to be with Carrie, Debbie Reynolds have said according to the son.
Debbie Reynolds and son Todd had watched over Carrie while she was being treated after hjärtattacken.
” She was very strong in the last few days, but there was so much pressure on her. Only fifteen minutes after she said it so she got a stroke, ” said Todd to Entertainment Tonight.
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