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 past year - was in line to inherit the Star Wars star's fortune.
Additional assets included ownership interests in companies, jewelry, artwork, life insurance policy, luxury cars, rights of publicity and film residuals.
Lourd will also inherit the rights to her mother's public image and likeness, as well as her intellectual property rights.
Some of Carrie's movie star memorabilia items will be auctioned off in September. The said amount will most likely go into the late actress' trust. Star Wars: The Last Jedi's John Boyega promises fans can expect an epic sendoff for Fisher's General Leia in that film (she'd filmed pretty much all of her material before her death, so expect her to still have a large role in the narrative). She passed away at the age of 60.
Fisher tragically died one day after her mum, who was 84.
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"If life's not amusing, then it's just true - and that would be unacceptable", she explained. "Even before she passed away, I'd see her in scenes and be like, 'This is really cool for both Carrie and Mark [Hamill],' who are the last two original leads [alive in the franchise]", the actor revealed. The cause of death on her death certificate is cardiac arrest.
"Looking back and watching her interviews, I try to model what I do after her". I'll miss her energy.
And now that Carrie Fisher is gone, she admits that she is finally living her life outside of her mother's and grandmother's shadows.
Although Billie knows she was out-shone by Carrie, she "loves" being known as the daughter of Princess Leia.
However, Billie feels there is "a lot of pressure" on her to continue Carrie's "incredible legacy".