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A Look Back At Debbie Reynolds And Carrie Fisher As Mother And Daughter

Hollywood legend Debbie Reynolds died at 84, just a day after her daughter's death. These photos show their relationship as mother and daughter over the decades.

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Debbie Reynolds died Wednesday at age 84, just a day after her daughter Carrie Fisher's death. Here's a look back in photos of the enduring mother-daughter relationship the two incredibly successful actors shared.


Reynolds is pictured in 1959 with both her children while she works long hours on the set of Say One For Me, so that she can fly to Spain and start filming another movie, It Started with a Kiss.


Mom poses in 2011 with both her children now all grown up, after a groundbreaking ceremony for the Hollywood Motion Picture Museum, which houses Debbie Reynolds' $30 million motion picture costume collection, including over 3,000 costumes, as well as props and sets from some of Hollywood's biggest films.


Carrie and her mother pictured at Dame Elizabeth Taylor's 75th birthday party in 2007. Reynolds and Taylor repaired their friendship years after the affair tore it apart.

Todd Fisher, Debbie Reynolds, Carrie Fisher, and half-sister Joely Fisher wrapped their arms around each other in 2010 at the premiere of the HBO documentary Wishful Drinking, based on Carrie Fisher's memoir.

And here they are holding hands together just last year as Reynolds accepted the Life Achievement Award from her daughter at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.

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