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Billie Lourd shares a tribute to her mother and grandmother one year after their deaths Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images
LOS ANGELES, CA - JANUARY 25: (L-R) Actresses Carrie Fisher, Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award recipient Debbie Reynolds, and Billie Lourd pose in the press room at the 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium on January 25, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Billie Lourd is remembering her mother, Carrie Fisher and grandmother, Debbie Reynolds one year after their unexpected deaths.

Lourd took to social media in the days marking the one year anniversary of their deaths with beautiful tributes to Fisher and Reynolds. In one photo, a young Reynolds was posed with her baby girl in a black and white image that Lourd captioned, “💚🆎🅰️🌛🆎🅰️💚.”

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To remember her mother, Lourd made a special trip to Norway to see the Northern Lights, which she documented for fans in a separate post to Instagram on Dec. 27.

My momby had an otherworldly obsession with the northern lights, but I never got to see them with her. We journeyed to northern Norway to see if we might ‘see the heavens lift up her dark skirts and flash her dazzling privates across [our] unworthy irises.’ And she did. I love you times infinity,” she shared in honor of her mother.

Fisher died last year after suffering a heart attack on a plane from London to Los Angeles. Reynolds was hospitalized and died one day after her daughter’s death following a stroke.

Lourd previously opened up about losing her mother and grandmother in a September appearance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.”

“Yeah, it’s completely surreal. There’s no way to really explain it,” she said. “It’s so hard to talk about. I don’t know, if I say that I’m doing good, I’m too happy. And if I say that I’m not doing good, then I’m a mess. So it’s really hard to know what to say about it, because it is just so surreal and impossible to deal with.”

Nicole is a content editor with Rare. 
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