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Carrie Fisher's Daughter Billie Lourd Will Inherit Nearly $7 Mil

Carrie Fisher's Daughter Billie Lourd Will Inherit Nearly $7 Mil

Carrie Fisher's only child, daughter Billie Lourd, will acquire almost $7 million from the Star Wars actress' estate.

Lourd was on the promotional trail as a petition for probate was filed in Los Angeles Superior Court Wednesday, confirming that the third-generation Hollywood star - who lost her mother and grandmother Debbie Reynolds on back-to-back days previous year - was in line to inherit the Star Wars star's fortune. This included several bank accounts, a life insurance policy, the ownership of several LLCs, as well as a used 2016 Tesla S. Billie Lourd is now also the proud owner of her mother's jewelry, artwork and collectables.

The estate that Fisher shared with Reynolds is now om the market for $18m and the proceeds from the sale will likely be incorporated into Lourd's trust. The said amount will most likely go into the late actress' trust.

Fisher tragically died one day after her mum, who was 84. The Scream Queens and Star Wars: The Force Awakens actress will share the wealth with various charities when she auctions off some of her mother's memorabilia next month.

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Then you win a prize! "Joe is in a really good way but it was not his day (against Athletic Bilbao)". Van Dijk also accuses Southampton of leaking their side of stories to make him look unprofessional.

"If life's not amusing, then it's just true - and that would be unacceptable". She was rushed from her flight to hospital but later died. The cause of death on her death certificate is cardiac arrest.

She said, "I think the send-off is really cool". Fisher's listed beneficiary is her 25-year-old daughter Billie Lourd. "...and now is the first time in my life when I get to own my life and stand on my won", she told her "American Horror Story: Cult" co-star Sarah Paulson in a Town and Country magazine interview.

Fisher is known for her iconic "Star Wars" role of Princess Leia whereas, her daughter Billie is at the peak of her career.


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