Billie Lourd pays tribute to Carrie Fisher on late actor's 61st birthday

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Carrie Fisher's daughter, Billie Lourd, remembered her on her birthday by getting a tattoo that matched hers.

In the same post, she shared the image of her late mom's colorful tattoo, with a similar design.

Not to be outdone, Fisher's beloved loll-tongued French bulldog Gary, who has been very active on social media, "posted" a photo of himself and his mom cuddling together. Lourd has often reflected on her mother's humorous life advice and its lasting impact on her, and this tattoo is likely a meaningful tribute to that influence.

Lourd's post features a collage of scattered photographs, including a sweet snapshot of Fisher and a young Lourd posing in matching nightgowns.

Yesterday was the late Carrie Fisher's birthday, and we spent a large chunk of the day feeling emotional about it.

It would've been Fisher's 61 birthday on Saturday, Oct. 21, but the "Star Wars" actress passed away in December of past year. For Fisher's birthday, she pulled out the ultimate photo.

Of course, with Fisher being the icon that she was, and still is, it goes without saying that it's not just her family that were touched by her greatness. "It's awesome how many people recognized her for that".

Fisher's career in recent years was in no need of a revival, as she accomplished more in her years in Hollywood than others could only dream of achieving, but she still returned to the Star Wars saga to portray Leia Organa once again.

A photo of Fisher with her dog Gary also appeared on the pet's own Instagram account. "That was something that she would always be pulling us back to". I see people nearly every day that come up to me and hug me and tell me what an wonderful inspiration that she was, as a survivor and a woman who stood up for what she believes in.

Lourd is the daughter of Fisher from her previous relationship with Bryan Lourd. While on the "Ellen Show", she said, "There's no way to really explain it - it's so hard to talk about. I was really frustrated", Lourd told the magazine. "I know for me it does".



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