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Saturday marks Carrie Fisher's first birthday since her death last December. The Star Wars star would have turned 61 on Oct. 21. It's a sad day, but Fisher's family, friends, and fans are making the milestone a little less bittersweet with tributes to the actor and author. SEE ALSO: Carrie Fisher once sent a cow tongue to a sexually inappropriate Hollywood producer "You can be sure that Billie and I will have a moment in reflection on Carrie's day," Fisher's brother, Todd Fisher, told E! News about his plans with Fisher's daughter, Billie Lourd. Lourd posted a touching tribute to her mom on Instagram. "Happy birthday, Momby," she wrote in emojis. ❤ ♓️🅰️🅿️🅿️✌🏼 🅱️ℹ️🌱✝️♓️👂🏼🅰️✌🏼 ♏️🅾️♏️🅱️✌🏼 ❤ A post shared by Billie Lourd (@praisethelourd) on Oct 21, 2017 at 11:20am PDT Happy birthday, Carrie. Remembering #CarrieFisher on her birthdayMissed but not forgotten pic.twitter.com/dtADXxFZb1 — Princess Bunhead (@SW_Bunhead) October 21, 2017 #AlwaysWithUs pic.twitter.com/UJL5LdZw78 — @HamillHimself (@HamillHimself) October 21, 2017 Happy birthday, Carrie Fisher. She would have turned 61 years old today. We miss you so much, Carrie. #AlwaysWithUs pic.twitter.com/FYrEkbb55R — Geeks Of Color (@GeeksOfColor) October 21, 2017 Remembering Carrie on her birthday today. 😢 pic.twitter.com/cOwE3DRmFY — William Shatner (@WilliamShatner) October 21, 2017 “Help me Obi-Wan Kenobi. You’re my only hope.” - Princess Leia, ‘@StarWars’ (1977)Happy birthday, Carrie Fisher. #DailyMovieQuote pic.twitter.com/1hSwOYstuT — Lights, Camera, Pod (@LightsCameraPod) October 21, 2017 Happy birthday, Carrie Fisher. You are missed, you gem of a human. pic.twitter.com/ShjPVnVGTQ — Amy Ratcliffe (@amy_geek) October 21, 2017 “Stay afraid, but do it anyway. What’s important is the action.” — Carrie Fisher, who would have been 61 today. 💙 pic.twitter.com/KwwILMuUlv — Kayla (@kaydbug89) October 21, 2017 Today Carrie Fisher would’ve been 61an icon, you’re so much missed pic.twitter.com/QbWowe7x5H — the last jedi (@tolkienianjedi) October 21, 2017 Cult princess. Real life queen. Happy Birthday, beaut. We miss you so damn much.#CarrieFisher pic.twitter.com/IYjENtwozE — Jodie (@vixxsin_) October 21, 2017 "Take your broken heart, make it into art." — Carrie Fisher #bornonthisday pic.twitter.com/gRW3nXLSLO — Tribeca (@Tribeca) October 21, 2017 Forever in our hearts. Happy Birthday #CarrieFisher #WeMissYou ❤️ pic.twitter.com/vtX6uPlT9L — Mike Pasghoulie 👻🎃 (@800lbProds) October 21, 2017 “I don't want my life to imitate art, I want my life to be art.”Happy 61st birthday Carrie Fisher 💛 pic.twitter.com/NXmTsXNyf7 — 🍒 (@FILMGRAPHY) October 21, 2017 WATCH: Star Wars robot vacuums talk while they clean your floors
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Carrie Fisher’s beloved dog, Gary, has a surrogate mother. When Gary wasn’t seen over the weekend at Carrie and her mother Debbie Reynolds’s joint memorial service, some digging into the French bulldog’s whereabouts was done. According to TMZ — and corroborated by People magazine — the dog isn’t living with Carrie’s daughter, Billie Lourd, as some thought.
Carrie Fisher’s dog, Gary, is hanging in there. The Star Wars actress and her French bulldog, a therapy dog, were inseparable, so there was a lot of concern over Gary after she died suddenly in December. On Tuesday, Fisher’s daughter, Billie Lourd, shared a glimpse of the cute canine with the freewheeling tongue on Instagram, and it was nice to see he’s doing well.
Carrie Fisher opened her home in Beverly Hills to “the famous and near famous ... and those just passing through,” she said. The actress moved into the Spanish-style home in 1992 (when her daughter, Billie Lourd, was born) and rolled out the red carpet to friends and soon-to-be friends in need of a place to stay, write, record, eat, or heal.