Commemorating the Princess Lea depicter’s fifth death anniversary, the ‘Scream Queens’ breakout shares a throwback picture of herself and her mom posing with a koala.
AceShowbiz –Billie Lourd is making use of her social media account to honor her late mom Carrie Fisher. As she celebrated Christmas in Australia with fiance Austen Rydell and their 15-month-old son Kingston Fisher Lourd Rydell, the actress took to Instagram to open up about grief.
Commemorating Carrie’s fifth death anniversary, Billie shared a throwback picture of herself and her mom posing with a koala. In the caption, she wrote, “People always ask me what stage of grief I’m in. And my answer is never simple. I’m in a different stage of grief in each moment of every day.”
The “Scream Queens” star went on to open up, “My grief is a multi course meal with many complicated ingredients. An amuse bouche of bargaining followed by an anger appetizer with a side of depression, acceptance for the entree and of course a little denial for dessert. And that’s how grief should be – all things all at once – actually there is no ‘should’ in grief – grief just is whatever it is for you and that is how it ‘should be’.”
“Ps for anyone wondering why I’m posting this on the 26th it’s the 27th here down unda (aka Tomorrowland) so what better thing to post for my Momby’s Australian death anniversary (4 words I never thought I’d be putting next to each other?!?) than this picture of her and I with a koala!? ️sending my love to anyone out there who needs it,” she concluded her message.
Later on the next day, Billie treated her followers to a video of herself singing Fleetwood Mac‘s “Landslide” with her “Booksmart” co-star Kaitlyn Dever and Mady Dever.
“We loved to sing. We loved Fleetwood Mac. We loved this song. It echoed in our living room throughout my childhood, playing slightly too loudly as she scribbled her marvelous manic musings on yellow legal pads (google them if you don’t know them – they’re the iPads of the past and are still pretty damn hip if you ask me),” she wrote.
“I didn’t know who to be or what to do after my mom died. I was afraid of changing because I had built my life around her. Then she was gone. And I had to rebuild my life without her. And it wasn’t (and still isn’t) easy. But time has made me bolder. I never stop missing her but I have gotten stronger with each passing year,” she added.
Carrie passed away on December 27, 2016 after suffering a heart attack on a flight from London to Los Angeles. She was 60.
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