Meryl Streep was seen arriving at Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher’s private memorial service, held at the compound where the mother and daughter resided next door to each other, in Beverly Hills, California on Thursday.
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TMZ reports that Streep, who starred in the 1990 film “Postcards from the Edge” based on Fisher’s first memoir, was asked by the family to deliver a eulogy at the private service attended by close family and friends.
Fisher’s “When Harry Met Sally” co-star Meg Ryan was also seen attending the memorial, with Ryan photographed before and after the service.
Other stars in attendance included Jamie Lee Curtis – who co-stars with Fisher’s daughter, Billie Lourd, on “Scream Queens” – as well as Courtney Love, Gwyneth Paltrow and boyfriend Brad Falchuk.
Fisher died in hospital on Dec. 27, four days after suffering cardiac arrest while on a flight from London to Los Angeles at 60-years-old. The “Star Wars” actress passed just one day before her legendary actress mother Reynolds, 84, who died of a stroke at her son Todd Fisher’s home while planning her daughter’s funeral.
While Fisher was cremated, a portion of her ashes were placed in a coffin alongside her mother’s coffin at the memorial.
A large truck delivering a huge shipment of white flowers, including lilies and roses, was also photographed at the residence.
Fisher’s pet pooch Gary also apparently received the star treatment ahead of the service, since a pet grooming Mutley Crew van was spotted entering the compound.
The burial is to take place on Friday at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Hollywood Hills according to People.