Todd Fisher shares a touching drawing of his mum and sister together again.

Within 24 hours, Todd Fisher lost his mother and his sister.

The director and businessman is the 58-year-old son of Debbie Reynolds, and the younger brother of Carrie Fisher, who passed away on Wednesday December 28 and Tuesday December 27, respectively.

The impact of the family’s tragedy has reverberated throughout the world, with fans and peers paying tribute to the enormous contributions of the two Hollywood icons. But it was a drawing shared by Todd the morning after his mother’s passing that seemed to say it all.

“This is a beautiful love story to witness in my 58 years,” he tweeted. “I miss them both so much. Love is everlasting.”

Alongside the text, Todd posted a drawing, presumably made by a fan, of Carrie and Debbie together again. Carrie, wearing her Princess Leia costume from her break out role in Star Wars, and Debbie, dressed as Kathy Selden from her break out role in Singin’ in the Rain, walk side by side into the light, with their arms wrapped around one another.


Above the drawing, the words “What a glorious feeling. I’m happy again,” are written, referencing Reynolds’ musical.

Actor Joely Fisher, Todd and Carrie’s half-sister, was “inconsolable” after the passing of both Carrie and Debbie, but tweeted that Todd’s tribute was “perfect.”

Shortly after his mother’s death, Todd shared her moving final words with the press.

“The last thing she said this morning was that she was very, very sad about losing Carrie and that she would like to be with her again,” he said.

Speaking to TMZ, he said his mother commented, “I miss her so much, I want to be with Carrie,” almost willing herself to join her daughter.

Debbie Reynolds with her children Todd and Carrie. Image via Getty.

"Fifteen minutes later she suffered a severe stroke," he said.

Reynolds was taken to Cedars Sinai Medical Center in a fair to serious condition, and passed away just hours later.

"The only thing we’re taking solace in is that what she wanted to do was take care of her daughter, which is what she did best," Todd said.

The image shared by Todd is just one of hundreds posted on social media in the wake of the two deaths, as people share the profound ways in which their lives were shaped by Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds.

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