Carrie Fisher’s Half-Sisters Reveal Star’s Final Texts & Say They Knew Debbie Reynolds Would ‘Not Last’ Without Her — See The Emotional Interview

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What a difficult time for Joely and Tricia Fisher.

On Tuesday, Carrie Fisher‘s heartbroken half-sisters took to Good Morning America to reveal they texted with the star right before her fateful flight. The Fisher girls also discussed Debbie Reynolds‘ devastation following Carrie’s passing as well as what they loved most about their big sis.

Related: Carrie’s Star Wars Costar Mark Hamill Pays Tribute

According to Joely, she and the Star Wars alum had a very in-depth conversation about life a day before she boarded the plane. Apparently Carrie was stunned over having just turned sixty, which makes sense considering the actress was SO vibrant and energetic until the very end.

Carrie’s sibling revealed:

“We talked about age, ’cause she was floored that she had just turned 60. We talked about children, we talked about our frail mothers.”

Sadly, the two also discussed celebrating Christmas together, a plan which never materialized due to the 60-year-old’s tragic passing.

Related: Billie Lourd Speaks Out On Carrie & Debbie

Despite all the pain, the two remember their sister fondly, explaining:

“She was the coolest big sister in the world. She spoke her mind and spoke her truth in, in this just bold way that, made everyone feel a little bit more comfortable about their own flaws and, felt even more interesting for having flaws.”

We couldn’t think of a better way to sum up the late celeb. Fisher was always refreshingly candid and honest.

As for Debbie, the ladies always knew the icon would “not last” in a world without her daughter…

See the full interview (below) to hear more about those final tragic moments in the hospital.

[Image via WENN/Brian To/FayesVision]

Jan 3, 2017 12:03pm PDT

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