Billie Lourd to inherit nearly 7m

Carrie Fisher's daughter to get MASSIVE inheritance

'Scream Queens' Star Billie Lourd Inherits $6.8 Million From Late Mom Carrie Fisher

Billie Lourd is set to inherit $7million (£5.3m) from her late mother Carrie Fisher.

The "Scream Queens" actress will receive $6.8 million in personal property from the "Star Wars" actress' estate, court documents obtained by the screen legend's executor and obtained by People magazine showed.

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There is also a possibility that Billie Lourd could collect additional money in trusts not reflected in the probate case. Carrie, who was 60-year-old, died on December 27, 2016, after suffering a massive heart attack just before a day of her mother's death. Billie Lourd is working alongside her uncle Todd Fisher and Profiles In History to sell a pristine life-sized Princess Leia statue, her director's chair from Return Of The Jedi, as well as a variety of other items, each of which will help raise funds for Debbie Reynolds' charity The Thalians and The Jed Foundation. She was 84 years old. It has been heard that the actress has some possibility of inheriting more than the amount of property disclosed. Fisher's daughter will also inherit personal belongings like jewellery, artwork and collectibles. In The Last Jedi, sadly, fans will also be saying goodbye to Leia Organa due to the sudden passing of actress Carrie Fisher late previous year.

Earlier this month, Billie Lourd opened up about how she's coping with the loss of her mother and grandmother. Even when [my mom] died, that was what got me through that whole thing. The cause of death on her death certificate is cardiac arrest. She would get so annoyed with me if I ever did a fake interview.

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Billie said: "I've always kind of lived in their shadows, and now is the first time in my life when I get to own my life and stand on my own".

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