Billie Lourd will inherit $6.8M from Carrie Fisher's estate


Legendary actress Carrie Fisher has left her only daughter, Billie Lourd, almost $7 million of inheritance, reports say.

It's also possible that Fisher, who starred as Princess Leia in the wildly successful Star Wars franchise, has additional funds in trusts that would not necessarily be included in this probate filing.

Beyond tangible items, Lourd has also been named the person responsible for Fisher's public image and likeness, as well as "The Last Jedi" star's intellectual property rights.

Among the assets Fisher left behind included art, jewelry, luxury vehicles, movie residuals, ownership in various business ventures and rights to proceeds from the sale of the $18 million Beverly Hills estate where she and Reynolds lived.

Fisher suffered a heart attack late previous year and passed at the young age of 60.

Singin' in the Rain star Reynolds died at 84 after a stroke December 28 as she planned her daughter's memorial.

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Earlier this month, Billie Lourd opened up about how she's coping with the loss of her mother and grandmother.

The star was incredibly close to her daughter.

"If life's not amusing, then it's just true - and that would be unacceptable", she explained. She was rushed from her flight to hospital but later died. She was so good at it.

"I love being my mother's daughter, and it's something I always will be, but now I get to be just Billie."

Lourd also revealed she's now living in Fisher's home and plans to have a couple of friends move in with her.