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Hollywood’s Debbie Reynolds died of stroke at Cedar Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, just a day after daughter Carrie Fisher’s death.

Reynolds passed away at 84, after she was rushed to the hospital from her son Todd Fisher’s home, following an emergency believed to have been a stroke.

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Debbie Reynolds was geographically and physically close to her daughter, she went to make the necessary arrangement for her daughter’s funeral, when she had a stroke.

Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher

Debbie Reynolds Wanted To Be With Carrie

“She wanted to be with Carrie.” Todd told Variety after Reynolds death.

Speaking with AP from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center “The stress of Carrie’s death was too much for her” he said.

According to Wikipedia, Debbie Reynolds born as Mary Frances Reynolds, lived from April 1 1932 till December 28 2016. She was of English and Scottish-Irish ancestry. Debbie Reynolds parent were poor and she was raised by them in a strict Nazerene church.

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Debbie Reynolds Was From A Poor Ancestry

“One of the advantages of having been poor is that you learn to appreciate good fortune and the value of a dollar, and poverty holds no fear for you because you know you’ve gone through it and you can do it again…But we were always a happy family and a religious one. And I’m trying to inculcate in my children the same sense of values, the same tone that my mother gave to me.” The Icon once said.

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Reynolds was married three time, first to Eddie Fisher, the father of Carrie and Todd Fisher, then to millionaire Harry Karl from 1960 to 1973, then Richard Hamlett from 1984 to 1996.