Billie Lourd Honors Mom Carrie Fisher With Emotional Tribute 6 Years After Her Death

As a lot of the world continues to have a good time the vacation season, Billie Lourd is opening up in regards to the grief she continues to expertise over the 2016 demise of her mom, Carrie Fisher.

On Tuesday, the “American Horror Story” actor acknowledged the sixth anniversary of Fisher’s demise with a throwback photograph of the pair on Instagram. Within the accompanying caption, she defined how the beginning of her daughter, Jackson Joanne, earlier this month had impacted how she’d been processing the lack of her mom.

“Giving birth to my daughter and watching my son meet her have been two of the most magical moments I have ever experienced,” Lourd wrote. “But with the magic of life tends to come the reality of grief. My mom is not here to meet either of them and isn’t here to experience any of the magic. Sometimes the magical moments can also be the hardest.”

From left: Billie Lourd, Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds in 2015.

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“I wish my Momby were here, but she isn’t,” she continued. “So all I can do is hold onto the magic harder, hug my kids a little tighter. Tell them a story about her. Share her favorite things with them. Tell them how much she would have loved them.”

Lourd and husband Austen Rydell additionally share a 2-year-old son, Kingston Fisher.

Beloved by a era of followers for her portrayal of Princess Leia within the “Star Wars” movies, Fisher died on Dec. 27, 2016, at age 60. The Los Angeles Coroner’s Workplace later decided that the actor, whose credit additionally included “When Harry Met Sally” and “Soapdish,” had died from a mix of things that included sleep apnea.

On Wednesday, Lourd additionally honored her grandmother, actor Debbie Reynolds, with a classic photograph. Reynolds, who starred within the traditional musicals “Singin’ in the Rain” and “The Unsinkable Molly Brown” throughout her lifetime, died of a stroke simply at some point after Fisher’s passing in 2016.