UPDATE: Debbie Reynolds died Wednesday afternoon as a result of a stroke, just one day after the passing of her daughter, Carrie Fisher, TMZ reports. Her last words, as revealed by her son, were, "I miss her so much, I want to be with Carrie." Fifteen minutes later she suffered the stroke.
Today, while making plans for her daughter’s funeral, actress Debbie Reynolds suffered an stroke and was rushed to the hospital, TMZ reports.
This tragic news comes just one day after Reynolds’ daughter, actress Carrie Fisher died succumbing to a massive heart attack.
Debbie was at her son Todd Fisher's home in Beverly Hills when someone from the house called emergency responders.
The 84-year-old had been distraught since Friday when her daughter, the “Star Wars” actress fell ill forcing an emergency landing of a United flight into LAX.
Reynolds, 84, shared a message on Facebook on Tuesday morning, shortly after a family spokesman confirmed to ABC News that Fisher died.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of these two legendary actresses.