Carrie Fisher’s loved ones have gathered to farewell the Star Wars actress at a private memorial at her Beverly Hills home.
Among the 125 friends and family who attended the emotional day were celebrities Meryl Streep, Meg Ryan, Gwyneth Paltrow and George Lucas, as well as close relatives including daughter Billie Lourd and brother Todd Fisher.
In one special moment, Streep, 67, performed a rendition of Fisher’s favourite song, Happy Days Are Here Again after delivering a eulogy. The song was originally recorded in 1929.
"By the end, everyone was singing," a family friend told People.
A source said Lourd wanted those her mother loved to be together in her living room one final time.
Mourners were served the same food Fisher would offer at her famous parties: fried chicken, collard greens, cornbread.